Patricia Bull, Lewes
Let’s get back to pre-Thatcher era when we the people owned and reaped the benefits of public ownership. It’s only right.
Angela Holcroft, North Berwick
That’s it. We’ve had enough. You can push the people so far. Now we are taking our power back.
Professor Okullu-Ayor Vincent, Kampala, Uganda
Our broad intervention strategies are: 1. Poverty eradication. 2. Food security and nutrition. 3. Health and population dynamics. 4. Education. 5. Gender Equality.
Elvis Dutton, Bath
About damn time. Let’s hope many more signatures follow.
Diane Hibbert, Rainworth
I hate being held to ransom.
Hugh Terry, Reading
21st-century government has a duty to provide all its citizens with heat and light at a fair price. Ability to pay should make no difference to this basic human right.
Lindy Furby, Edinburgh
Heating and lighting are essential commodities in the UK. They should not be profit-based industries. They should be run by society for society.
Paul Taylor, Bristol
Bring back British Rail and the water, gas and electricity.
H Moon, Brighton
The ridiculous greed of all energy companies and their suppliers must stop. We must also find ways of reducing our reliance on fossil fuels without it costing the earth.
David Blandford, Nomansland
It’s about time the British people were helped by this government.
Sean Millwood, Stevenage
We need to maintain a core of public services which create a sense of shared ownership and shared benefit. Water, energy, health, education cannot be open to profiteers.
Phillipa Partington, Bedford
Customer choice in the provision of essential utilities makes no sense. Nationalisation of these industries serves the people of the country well.
Wendy Welford, Thirsk
We need to get back to a uniform fair price with profits going into improvements, not shareholders’ pockets.
Tom Rickman, Penzance
Give us our power back and allow us the means to produce our own energy on a community basis without the political constraints of large corporations.
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.
Richard Smith, Devizes
I have been saying we should re-nationalise the industry for years.
This needs to happen.
Geoffrey Allen, Cramlington
The voice and will of the silent majority needs to be heard.
Philippe Lechat, Chatham
Let’s start putting people before profit.
Karen Nadin, Newark
Vote these Tory swine out of office as soon as possible.
Matt Haskins, London
All makes sense to me. Do it now.
Steve Brooks, Finedon
Honesty and integrity. Be the first with these values.
Nigel Buxton, Sheffield
Let’s bring an end to the extortion racket that is operated by the power companies.
Jeremy Hoyte, Oswestry
Profits from utility, bus and rail companies should be ploughed back into infrastructure, not shareholders” pockets.
Abigail Wheeler, Cheltenham
I agree fully with your comments.
Oliver Steward, Norwich
I would like to put my name to this petition and I actively support the campaign to bring back our energy network into public ownership.
Daniel Rolles, Dartford
Why don’t they learn?
John Abbott, Leeds
Investment in power is woeful. The profits are intolerable.
Daniel Holt, Bournemouth
Profits before people must stop.
Lennard James-Tall, Llanelli
More money for the rich and the poor suffer.