S Leach, Essex
Paul Mclean, Leeds
Energy supplies and infrastructure are produced by the people. They should be owned by the people.
Mark Jordan, Ripley, Surrey
The sooner this happens the better.
Martin Webb, Goole
One of the evil things the Tories did was privatisation.
Steve Brady, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
If electricity supply can be run at a profit, that profit should go directly to improving the country not to shareholders. I would have thought that was obvious.
Mary Hodges, Newport, Isle of Wight
Please take note of this petition.
Rosie Leach, Machynlleth
It makes sense for ‘natural monopoly’ industries, providing necessities like energy, to be in public hands. Profits directly invested into insulating homes.
Tim McDowall, Livingston
Basic utilities that underpin the infrastructure of a nation should never be in the hands of private, often foreign, businesses.
Jon Crinks, Liskeard
Before the sell-off there were 60million shareholders, each with one equal share and equal rights. Now the many pay the few, with no say, rights or choice. Our time has come.
Jenny Rust, Bath
Sustainable, affordable and communal energy.
Frank Lane, Doncaster
The only concern I have is that the government can’t even run the country. How are they going to cope with anything else?
John Tyrrell, Birmingham
All have the right to have access to essentials for life, which includes an energy supply, regardless of ability to pay.
Rog Harrison, Glasgow
Tony Douglas, Lanark
Energy is now an essential for normal living, and thus shouldn’t be run for private profits.
Roy St Pierre, Colne
We need clean, green, renewable, non-nuclear energy, non biomass energy produced as much as possible close to the user with many more home producers.
Casey Tremain, Portsmouth
Energy should not be privately owned as profits go to shareholders first. Also those on the lowest incomes and on pre-pay meters pay the most for their fuel.
Paul Thomas, Heanor
Re-nationalised power could act as a flywheel for the economy. Nationalised power could provide jobs, training, economical energy for business and private individuals.
Gerald Halligan, Edinburgh
The recent price increases by the major energy companies prey on the most vulnerable members of society solely to boost already record high profits.
John Warburton, Treuddyn
All utilities should belong to the people, not profit-making private companies.
Fred Torr, Truro
Power supplies are too important to leave privateers in control.
Kieran Hill, Sheffield
Power to the people now.
Richard Bunting, Dover
This issue is far too important to be left to multinationals who put profit before people and don’t care about driving customers into poverty and despair.
Peter Moss, Birmingham
We don’t want more choice. We just want better service, of benefit to both individuals and companies, serving the economy as a whole, not just shareholders.
Julia Clarke, Croydon
I’m tired of being overcharged and paying more for ever decreasing benefit. Nationalise now.
Marie Priest, Brighton
Energy sales need to be under state ownership again. It’s time to stop the daylight robbery we are subjected to by the Big Six energy companies. Enough is enough.
Pippa Richardson, Swansea
The more of us unite and speak out the better.
Jamie Bolam Scott, Nottingham
The time has come for the downfall of the greedy Big Six, who are more than content to leave pensioners to freeze to death in their homes should they dare to eat vs heat.
Elizabeth Walthew, Duns
Things that everyone needs to survive should not be subject to profits for a few.
John Hann, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
I’d rather subsidise my fellow citizens than a bunch of fat cats.
David Gutteridge, Chesterfield
The present system is inefficient and screws the consumer. It’s time for a change.