Here's a list of popular .org.uk sites and whether they will get the .uk of their name (as they have the .co.uk too). I think charities should get together and collectively agree to stay on .org.uk (redirecting from .uk if they are due to get it) as having some of them change and others not able to will be very confusing. Nominet YES Tate Gallery NO National Trust YES British Film Institute NO Royal Horticultural Scoiety YES Macmillan Cancer Care NO Oxfam YES National Union of Students NO Ofcom YES AgeUK YES (although it'll be AgeUK.UK) English Heritage NO RSPB YES RSPCA YES Alzheimers Scoiety YES British Heart Foundation NO Shelter NO Law Society NO Federation of Small Businesses YES Labour Party NO Mind (Mental Health Charity) NO Diabetes UK NO Amnesty International NO ACAS Yes MS Society NO Heck, maybe the Nominet trust should pay for some advertising to promote this. What do you think should happen with established charity/non-profit sites? Should they stay on .org.uk or change to .uk?