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& is not allowed I'm afraid. Only letters numbers and hyphens are allowed in the domain part of the URL. What I mean is that the bit between the 'www.' and the '.com' can only contain 'A-Z', 'a-z' and '-'.
Next question on the same subject: What should the end of the URL be? Historically .com was the domain suffix used for US companies, however, it's come to be used for just about anything the world over. Likewise .org and .net used to have specific semantic meanings, but are now available for just about anyone to use.
For a more local flavour, .co.uk can be used, or .org.uk.
Does anyone have any thoughts on this?