(A quick word of warning, if you've not filled out the consultation document yet) Question 1a in the consultation reads as follows: 1.a Do you agree with the proposal to enable second level domain registration in the way we have outlined? Don't be tricked by the wording. If you don't want .uk at all, say so clearly here. Of course tick the "no" box but don't repeat Nominet's wording in your answer. It's nothing to do with "the way they have outlined" it, it's about the concept itself. So you could say something like: - No. I am against the whole idea of .uk, regardless of implementation - No. I am against .uk, period. - No. I don't believe we need a .uk domain at all. - No. The interests of UK internet users would be better served with no .uk at all. - No. .uk should not happen at all. - No. I am against the proposal. I am also against the idea of .uk. (etc.) Hopefully that gives you a few ideas, and helps you avoid the "trap" Nominet has tried to lay by getting you to accidentally agree with the concept even while disagreeing with the specifics.