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    #1

    never got to implement

    "Within weeks, most other states announce their departure, including Britain, which never got to implement its new deal, and by 2018 the EU is all but dead." [From New Statesman.]

    Should I read "which never got to implement its new deal" as "
    which [has] never got to implement its new deal" in the above sentence?

    Thank you
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    I'm not a teacher and I'm not a native speaker of English.

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    Re: never got to implement

    You could, but why would you want to?

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