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    Capitalization

    Hello again,

    Are capitals correct in the following sentence (especially when the term is preceded by an indefinite article)?



    One of the most influential changes in recent years has been the introduction of a Charities Commission, which both registers charities and collects information regarding the work of charities.


    As always, your help would be very much appreciated. Thank you!

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    #2

    Re: Capitalization

    They are correct.

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    Re: Capitalization

    Read it as " the introduction of a body (, the Charities Commission,) which both registers ...".

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