One word, when used as a noun or adjectival noun, as in a takeover bid.
TaxPayers’ Alliance, the
terms and conditions
Not terms & conditions.
Not 3rd party; and hyphenated if used as an adjective, as in a third-party agreement.
See fine-toothed comb.
Torturous means painful (think of torture); tortuous means twisting and turning, or lacking a direct approach. The words tend to get confused, especially when either meaning might apply, as in “the right honourable member gave a tortuous [and possibly torturous] speech”.
One word, no hyphen.
It’s not really a countable noun, so avoid writing “a training” or “trainings”. Say something like “a training session” or “training sessions”.
Not hyphenated or capitalised.
Not try and. (Let’s try to maintain a reasonable standard of grammar.)
Tube, to mean London Underground, always takes capital T.