Be warned, though – you might want to move fast considering how quickly they sold out last time, and even if you do you'll have to live with a 1-2 week shipping estimate from the word go.
Considering Google itself is in full control of those shipping times, it effectively means you're pre-ordering the Nexus 4 as it's the only way you can get one on the terms the Play Store is selling them.
To remind you, those terms are a SIM-free £239 for the 8GB Nexus 4, or £279 for the 16GB model. In both cases the LG-manufactured device comes with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, a 4.7in 1280 x 768-pixel IPS display, a Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU, 2GB of RAM and 8MP/1.3MP cameras. The battery checks in with a 2,100mAh capacity.
Shipping through the Play Store to most UK addresses takes two business days and will set you back an extra £10. It's still the cheapest way by a long way to get your hands on a Google Nexus 4, though – or at least to know you're just a week or two away from getting your hands on it, anyway.