I before E: Except after c is the general rule. Exceptions include seize, weir, weird, counterfeit
In-built: With hyphen
Income tax: Two words, lower case
In happier times: Do not use. Every picture showing a person before their death can carry this caption
Initials: See Abbreviations
Inoculate: One n
Innocuous: two ns
Inpatients: One word, as is outpatients
Inquests: A coroner records a verdict and a jury returns a verdict. Treat all inquest stories with sensitivity
Install: But instalment
Insure: Insure against theft, assure your life. Ensure means to make certain
Intros: Do not begin with figures or titles. Do not use ages in intros to any story, whether a lead or a nib, unless it is crucial to the story.
They should likewise not include the name of a council or committee.
First paragraphs should be no longer than 25 words
Only the first word should be capped up. However, at least three letters must be capped up, so if the first word is only one or two letters long, cap up the second word. E.g. THE monkey ran away with my hat. But A MONKEY ran away with my hat.
Its and It’s: The apostrophe indicates that the letter i has been dropped, shortening it is to it’s.
Italics: Are only used in the leisure pages for book, film, theatre and album titles etc.
Internet addresses: If at end of sentence, DO use a full stop
Into: One word