If the first clause is "John has a Birmingham accent[,]"in order to mention that "harry has a Birmingham accent too" which one is a wiser choice to be mentioned as the second clause?
- just as Harry has.
- just as Harry does.
In my own opinion the second one is better because in the first sentence "has" is a main verb not an auxiliary one.
I would be glad to know your idea (please consider the difference between u.s and u.k accents in your answers)