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    "Go off the rails"

    I have tried do use "go off the rails" in my sentence. Would you please correct my mistakes?

    The opposition has accused the government it has gone off the rails.

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    Re: "Go off the rails"

    The opposition says/has said the government has gone off the rails.

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    Re: "Go off the rails"

    Another option: The opposition has accused the government of going off the rails.

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