Andrew Duncan, Exeter
Energy to serve the sustainable needs of the many, not the short-term profit of the elite few.
Shirley Tunley, Aberystwyth
Governments have failed to correct this. We must.
Melanie Pownall-Harris, Radlett
We need to re-think how our power is produced, by developing local power production rather than the out-dated transportation of power across the country by pylons.
Johnathan Mark Sharpe-Smith, Great Driffield
The only way to stop the profiteering rip-off that is perpetrated by the private utility companies is to bring back all of them under the public wing.
Enough is enough.
Michaela Armstrong, Manchester
It’s time to stop the greed.
Simon Archer, York
The current political concern about energy provision consistently ignores the obvious – that the problems are the consequence of privatisation.
Roger Dickings, Peterborough
It’s plain common sense.
David Lyons, Aylesbury
Of all the public services this has the strongest link between modern day human needs and climate change. We cannot leave it to the greedy pigs to manage.
Pete Heskett, London
Privatisation equals prices up, service down, profits to investment bankers.
Philip Anderson, St Albans
Nationalisation is essential for all public services which, because of their nature, do not have true competition. Energy nationalisation also provides forward planning.
Steve Gordon, Bedford
Give the money back that you have overcharged consumers.
Philip Cole, Barnsley
We were conned by the Conservatives. Profiteering at public expense by these cartels is evident. We must have not-for-profit railways and all utilities.
Peter Whitehead, Gilberdyke, East Yorkshire
It’s time to end the experiment! Energy supply is too important to be left in the hands of the private sector!
Thatcher’s legacy needs to be addressed.
Antony Silson, Keighley
You know it makes sense.
Anita Hambly, Northamptonshire
When people are having to decide between heating and eating what does that say about modern day Britain? The more shareholders get the more they want. Greedy people.
Fred Torr, Truro
Power supplies are too important to leave privateers in control.
Malcolm Grant, Plungar
Another privatisation for the benefit of the City and funders of the Conservative Party.
Michael Tanner, Port Talbot
When I was a teenager I watched Thatcher’s privatisation of UK assets and knew it was bad for citizens and then labour betrayed us. Time to return to rightful owners.
Graham Coulson, Cambridge
Excellent cause. Well done. When the government washes its hands of its responsibility to the people, the people must take action to protect themselves.
Len White, Coventry
Re-nationalise all power and water companies now.
Sheilagh Merrett, Windlesham
Give us decently priced fuels.
Karen Johnson, Princes Risborough
Time to get rid of the energy racketeers.
Simon Williams, Sutton
Re-nationalise it all. It should all be owned by and run for all the people – not thieves and shareholders.
Jim Dignan, Sheffield
Privatisation of Britain’s public services has been a disaster for consumers, the environment and the economy.
Daniel Holt, Bournemouth
Profits before people must stop.
Garry Clarkson, Leeds
I was forced to debilitating depression and suicide by N-power’s false billing. My MP wrote to Voker Beckers and we have no reply a year on.
Philip Cheung, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
What’s the point of disrupting a well run system for the sake of political ideology? Save the money for the councils that are having to make budget cuts.
Ann Scott, Birmingham
Too much attention to profits when we should be concentrating on improving life chances.