PEG, like every institution that prides itself on excellence, has a house style guide to make all its publications consistent in font and font size, margin sizes, colours, dictionary, not using italics for certain Latinisms in legal texts, and lots more rules. We ask everyone who writes, edits or proofreads for us to comply with the PEG style guide for PEGboard and PEGblog.

Like all style guides, it is a document that is constantly being updated so there is bound to be something in our website or documents that does not comply with a newly clarified rule. If you find something like that, please get in touch via the Website portfolio on the Contact Us page.

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