This is the fault of your ISP.
BritishBlades has moved to a new server. What's happened here is that your ISP has not flushed it's DNS records at the appropriate intervals like most others do (you are not on AOL by any chance?). This means that your ISP's cache of records for BritishBlades.com is still pointing to the old server and serving you the last available cached record for the domain from the now defunct serrver. All ISP's should flush the cache every 24 hours, but they are private company's and dont have to adhere to rules or conventions if they dont want to.
I would say it will solve itself in a day or two when your ISP finally gets round to flushing the cache and updating the DNS info.
You have 2 options.
1. Contact your ISP and ask them to update their DNS info.
2. Do nothing, they will eventually update that info as a matter of routine.
Sorry for the hassle. This has been a massive upgrade of both hardware and software, but aside from cosmetic changes in the coming weeks, the site should be functionally available to everyone now.
Try this link...
It'll be slow as hell cos it's filtering through a proxy server, but it should work unless your ISP blocks proxy servers. If it does work for you, it'll prove that your issue is down to your ISP not flushing it's DNS cache and you will know that the issue will eventually resolve itself.