I'm about to re-launch a uk based community interest company website which has the same link structure for each of 10 different top level domains.
There are presently no international websites, but there may be in the future.
For simplicity's sake I intend to nominate a single primary domain (.org.uk) and then use htaccess to redirect incoming traffic from alternative TLD's back to the primary domain.
Is this best practice in terms of efficiency and SEO?
Would there be any benefit to using .com or .co.uk as the primary domain.