Simon Williams, Sutton
Re-nationalise it all. It should all be owned by and run for all the people – not thieves and shareholders.
Callum Gill, London
We’re told we have fundamental human rights in this country but do they actually mean anything when people are freezing to death in their own homes?
Terence Dare, Mansfield
I am fed up with being ripped off by these companies.
Dennis Pearce, Hampton
I want public utilities in state hands, not those of corporations.
Tom Conway, Derby
As Midnight said: The time has come. A fact’s a fact – It belongs to them. Let’s give it back.
Ken Keable, Stoke-sub-Hamdon
I campaigned against electricity privatisation when I worked in the industry and served on the NEC of the Electrical Power Engineers’ Association. I am vindicated.
Gamal Salem, Dartford
I support this act.
Simon Larn, Redhill
Today’s report on the great energy rip-off sums it up really; Switch continually or get overcharged. We are not the idiots they take us for.
Linda Lee, Swindon
Privatisation has become a nightmare from which we would like to wake up.
Joyce McCarthy, Bradford
All the main utilities should be under public ownership. Rich individuals should not be able to profit from them.
Bernard Harrison, London
You can see the Big Six are cheating. There never was such an obvious cartel.
Jamie Bramwell, Cheshire
We need water, gas, electric and the banks – back in public ownership and get this country back on track!
Moira Smith, Kent
Keep up the good work. We are on an electric key meter. Not many companies do it so it makes it hard to change.
Arthur Griffiths, Skelmersdale
I’m sick of being robbed.
Yvonne Mustapha, High Wycombe
I am so fed up with how the corporates and bankers pull the strings of the government. There are simple and cheap pollution-free solutions to the energy problems.
Becky Sherwood, Totnes
Yes, nationalisation would be great. The prices are crazy at the moment.
Shirley Tunley, Aberystwyth
Governments have failed to correct this. We must.
Anthony Phillips, Leeds
Privatisation of power is a broken concept. Re-nationalisation would literally bring power back to the people.
Steve Black, Southampton
Run utilities for the people and the environment
Mike Sargent, Dover
Another example of capitalism running amok with no restraints.
Penny Lomas, Leeds
When a company is nationalised, any profits can come back to the people.
Nigel Apperley, Bournemouth
Why should someone else control our energy supply?
Nick Jordan, Rickmansworth
Public utilities should be in public hands. It’s as simple as that.
Darrin Green, Horsham
Energy is a public resource. Surely it makes sense that its production and distribution is managed for the public good, not massive profit for a tiny minority of people.
Nigel Buxton, Sheffield
Let’s bring an end to the extortion racket that is operated by the power companies.
Brendan McAlinden, Warrington
The millions in profits should be used to keep prices down, not line the pockets of directors and shareholders.
Kenneth Miller, Leeds
All energy should be state owned.
Gareth Brown, Rugby
Services by the people for the people. Bring the energy and water companies back into public ownership.
Alec Rivers, Folkestone
Public utilities should never be in private hands. Simple.
Dorothy Nelson, St Austell
It is worth trying, despite the hopelessness we all feel on these issues. See recent reports on how Iceland has resisted the power of banks and multinational corporations.