68% of the public want the energy companies to be publicly run. Whether we need local renewable energy or a national drive to reduce fuel poverty, it doesn’t make sense for our future to be dictated by Big Six profits
Privatisation isn't working...This Christmas we’re working with Teemill on some new Bring Back British Rail merch, available as jumpers, hoodies, t-shirts, tote bags and tea towels! All ethically sourced organic cotton with proceeds going to support our volunteer-run campaign for rail re-nationalisation founded in 2009. Order at: bringbackbritishrail.teemill.com ... See MoreSee Less
In her keynote speech to the SNP conference, Nicola Sturgeon announced that the Scottish Government will set up an energy company by 2021, while residents of Ulva have been given permission to buy their island SCOTLAND’S FIRST MINISTER has announced that the Scottish Government will set up a publicl...
renationalisation is on the horizon, here's hoping that the penny has dropped for the middle/lower class who voted tory the last two times and they don't vote for them the next time, but I shan't hold my breath, we're so good at shooting ourselves in the foot and not much else
This country operates on a culture of greed. Politicians, large Corporations, the super wealthy have ripped us off big time on a menu of broken promises and self-serving greed. They couldn't care less about the welfare of the many the hunger of the poor, the rough sleepers, the homeless. Change is gonna happen and they know it that's why Jeremy Corbyn is the subject of continual gross vilification and fabricated lies because he and his team will make it happen.
People need to wake up and realise that there is no accountability in these organisations no audit no regulation that makes a difference and every time they switch on their light have a drink of water or go for a ride on the train they are exporting jobs and wealth from this country...simples.
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