First, you have to understand the difference between England and Britain (and the UK, while we’re at it).
Punctuation can be a headache, even when it's just inside a name. Here are eight brand names with problems caused by those important little marks.
The literal meaning of ‘sic’ is ‘so’ or ‘thus.’ But the way writers use it is a little more nuanced.
Don't be largiloquent but limited, lest you look like a classic lack-Latin.
'Burnt' and 'burned' are both acceptable, but they serve different purposes.