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The Guardian UK style guide, has: dates
January 1 2000 (no commas)
It is occasionally alleged that putting month before date in this way is an "Americanisation"; in which case it should be pointed out that this has been our style since the first issue
Actually, I want to change the "from January 25-28" -- it reall has to be "from January 25 through 28 (I don't like leaving out the second "January" but if your working on a form, it's probably all right.