Paul Clarke, Glasgow
It’s time for action. People need heat and light to survive.
Claire Scott, Bideford
Fuel should be at cost and not be for profit.
Stephen Ward, Darlington
Stefan Wright, Huddersfield
I think it is wrong that services that are virtually human rights are there for the purpose of making money.
John Evans, Billericay
Utilities are basic necessities and should be run for the benefit of the public, not shareholders.
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.
Martin Grimshaw, Brighton
A 21st Century smart organisation, lean, agile, co-operative and sociocratic – sharp and efficient. Replace customer-hostile with customer-centred.
David Cunliffe, St Helens
Certain commodities should be owned by the people, for the people. Energy, public transport, water.
Pauline Hacker, Preston
This has ripped off the ordinary people long enough.
Richard Smith, Devizes
I have been saying we should re-nationalise the industry for years.
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.
Toby Ray, London
Power is too important to be left to private business.
Dennis Wood, Clacton-on-Sea
Re-nationalisation of all utilities.
John Brady, Doncaster
Keep railways in public ownership – not producing profits to line a few pockets!
Christian Chess, Chippenham
Utilities should never have been privatised in the first place. Please, re-nationalise for the sake of the British people.
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.
Mike Higgins, Minsterley
Something as essential as power generation should not be in the hands of people whose only interest is in short term shareholder gain.
Nick Haeffner, London
This isn’t just about energy prices. Look at the scandals surrounding G4S, Serco and Atos. Some things should not be privatised.
Brian Hoey, Houghton-le-Spring
Light and heat are basic human needs and profits should not be made from their provision.
Rog Harrison, Glasgow
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.
Ryan Curtis, Bristol
Our country should be run by the majority vote of the people not the MPs and fat cats. We are the ones who pay their wages.
Steve Black, Southampton
Run utilities for the people and the environment
Paul Britton, Stevenage
The essential infrastructure of a country shouldn’t be in the hands of money-making private enterprises. They should be run for the good of the people of the country.
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.
John Payne, London
Another public asset stolen from the people.
Sam Roberts, Liverpool
Stop extortionate bills. Also stop extortionate estimates that neither reflect the consumption of energy or make clear that they are only estimates.
John Lynch, Pudsey.
I’m sick to death of stupid and corrupt politicians making rubbish decisions. We must have independence.
Robert Webster, Cambridge
Needs to be joined together to give a combined, united service.
Elaine Whybrow, Dartford
It’s about time we stopped foreign countries buying into us and ripping out our roots.