The UK has a new law that allows people to use a business credit card without having to spend money on anything.
The new law, which came into effect on Wednesday, means anyone can use the card without a fee.
The only requirements are that you have to be a British citizen, a resident in the UK for more than three months and must have a valid business card.
The card has been designed to be used by people who want to make a purchase without having the cash necessary to cover the cost.
But it’s also intended to be more widely accepted as a way to make purchases on other online shopping sites.
Business Insider/Julianne Poulton The new rules, which are expected to come into effect in February, mean the card can be used for online purchases at shops that have their own credit cards or have online merchants that accept them.
The card will be available for purchase from UK businesses and other merchants that have registered their credit cards with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Business Insider understands that the UK government is in talks with the FSA to see if there’s a way of allowing British nationals to use the new card without the need for a cash payment.
There are already some companies that have offered the card in the past, such as Amazon and Netflix.
It will be up to the government to decide how to proceed with a new bill, but it may be a while before any of the major players in the business world begin accepting the card.
It is unclear whether the government will be able to make any changes to the legislation before the card is fully in place.
Some online retailers have already been reluctant to accept the card because they don’t want to add to the bill of costs that they have to pay when using the card, and they are concerned about losing their market share.