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.
Valerie Tucker, Ebbw Vale
Stop robbing your customers. How dare you raise the cost of your customers’ ordinary living expenses. You are making millions, if not billions, out of us. Shame.
Enough is enough.
Andrew Meredith, Chippenham
Allowing vital national infrastructure like this to be monopolised by a small number of multinational corporations is just madness. It always was.
Martin Cummins, Edinburgh
Only public ownership will deliver a service for the people, not profits for shareholders.
Susan Rogers, Whalley Range
We need cheaper fuel.
Nigel Penn, Buxton
Enough is enough with no pay rises and the energy companies just milking us. It’s time that fuel came back into public ownership.
John Tilley, Kingston upon Thames
Public ownership can be local and democratic. It does not have to be 1940s style state bureaucracy.
Malcolm Palfrey, Uckfield
People dying due to profiteering and government indifference is nothing short of corporate manslaughter.
David Weston, Bodmin
Power production should be for us all and not for private profit.
Mark Laidler, Doncaster
Big Six energy companies are a definite cartel. Let’s have a proper investigation into them. Ever since the utility companies were put in private hands prices have risen.
Steven Hearne, Doncaster
Regulator as much good as a chocolate teapot.
Kay Green, Hastings
It was, will be and is the property of those who are the property of this land. Let’s manage it so users, planet and the power industry workers get what they need.
Lesley Burt, Christchurch
One of the best things for UK people and UK finance would be the re-nationalisation of power and railways.
Philip Marchant, Llandysul
It’s about time someone made the essential energy we all need a non-profit deal and made it affordable for all.
Simon Williams, Sutton
Re-nationalise it all. It should all be owned by and run for all the people – not thieves and shareholders.
Michael Shaw, Saddleworth
Enough is enough. People first, not profit.
John Wilson, Glasgow
Nationalisation without compensation. Give us back our utilities now.
Andii Bowsher, Sunderland
I can’t see how paying dividends can do anything other than take money away from customer service or lower prices.
Janet Mobbs, Stockport
Essential services should be publicly owned and not a business driven by profit.
Tom Warnett, Slough
A publicly owned energy provider will show up the lie that competition has been good for consumers, just as East Coast has on the railways.
This needs to happen.
Brian Baylis, Downham Market
The government are far too keen to sell everything off and give the general public sweet nothing in return.
Simon Godfrey, Kilwinning
I’m fed up with what should be national institutions being used as cash cows for a few rich fat cats.
David Winter, Hornchurch
Energy is an essential part of life. We shouldn’t be held to ransom by those who are only out for profit. Nationalise and reinvest the profits and/or reduce bills.
Anthony Hook, Chesterfield
Gas and electricity were once in public ownership and ran without problems of profit making. They should be returned to public ownership.
David Robinson, Sheffield
No compensation for the shareholders who got the shares at a bargain price.
Lynne Campbell, Co. Durham
These energy companies are like a mafia, using the consumer as a cash cow. The Government doesn’t want to do anything to stop it because half the MPs are shareholders.
Sylvia Coles, Nottingham
All essential services should be nationalised. That’s rail, water, energy, post office, and schools under local authority control.
Bryan Burrow, Kendal
No need to feed the greed. Plant the seed.