Jojo Llewellyn, Swansea
Give us our money back you thieving gits watching us suffer.
Re-nationalise energy and let’s have it work for the public once again and not the greedy shareholders and energy companies.
Mike P Hodgson, Penrith
Dear British Gas, stop ripping me off.
Sandra Humphries, Southsea
Privatisation wouldn’t have been so bad if the prices hadn’t been driven up so far so fast and the services degraded. Shareholders and businessmen are all greedy.
Peter Sharpe, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
How can something so vital for human life be used to make a few richer?
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.
Ray Butler, Manchester
Tell Sid he’s a thief.
Thomas Dunn, York
We need services run for citizens, not private profiteers.
Michael Lawson, Borehamwood
obviously privatisation has been a disaster. All the evidence is there. Thatcher was wrong. We need a proper left wing spokesman to highlight this.
Mag McNally, London
I am tired of the energy companies making profits from the poorest in society.
Margaret Evans, Sheffield
Nationalisation is best with no dividends to pay.
Gillian Hawkins, Poole
I’m just sick of being ripped off by these greedy power companies.
Claire Goodes, Ashford
I too support the re-nationalisation of energy supply in the UK.
Anthony Peter, Todmorden
Utilities are too important to the public to be run at their expense for private profit.
Stephen Ward, Darlington
Martin Webb, Goole
One of the evil things the Tories did was privatisation.
David Wilson, East Kilbride
I have three kids and cannot afford to heat the house for them. It’s ridiculous that these power companies think it’s acceptable to charge the amount they do.
John Hoyle, Kettering
Our energy supply is fundamental to our society and should be owned by our society.
Bryan White, Derby
I couldn’t agree more with this agenda. Power to the voiceless.
Eric Woodruff, Lytham St Anne’s
It should not have been sold off in the first place. It only lined the pockets of Tories’ friends and masters.
Steve Brady, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
If electricity supply can be run at a profit, that profit should go directly to improving the country not to shareholders. I would have thought that was obvious.
Peter Jones, Loughborough
All utilities should be under state control, in order to control prices and ensure supply whilst cutting out fat cat profiteering.
Terry Down, Milton Keynes
Services for the people, not private profit.
Hazel Willmer, Barnsley
Let’s get back to how it was – a more fair society.
Leah Etteridge, Chatham
Power for the people.
Paul Pearson, Shrewsbury
When the Tory government privatised utilities, they did not plan it out. It is a failed experiment which has only succeeded in making the man in the street suffer.
Caroline Abbott, Middlesbrough
Monopoly may be a popular game but in real life it’s no fun for the customer. It’s just a cartel in disguise.
Roger Wells, Stourbridge
The water companies should also be taken back into public ownership. Water is a vital resource for everyone. The notion that it can be owned by anyone is obscene.
Jim Peters, Denham
Why do we need the money-grabbing middle men? Give us back our energy industry and plough the profits back into the infrastructure, not into the pockets of shareholders.
Damien Clarkson, London
I love this campaign. It’s time to smash the myth that privatisation is good for consumers.