Roy Colgate, Hove
At last. Well done you people and may your good work continue.
Toby Ray, London
Power is too important to be left to private business.
John Podger, Ware
I’m fed up chasing better deals.
Bob Woodhead, Leeds
Basic living, water and power, should not be owned by private companies for profit.
Matt Haskins, London
All makes sense to me. Do it now.
Jennie Cummings-Knight, Cromer
Privatisation drives up prices and drives down quality.
Robert Charlesworth, Carlisle
We need services which operate for the benefit of the public, and the ability to re-invest money without losing it to shareholders.
Steven Wright, Rugby
And promote microgeneration and community owned renewables.
Karl Snowdon, Gateshead
Profit from privatisation is given to shareholders whereas profits from nationalisation is re-invested to improve the system. Government has ultimate control, not fat cats.
David Burn, York
It’s plain common sense.
John Scholes, Maryburgh
The time is right to have our power back.
Brian Billingham, Leeds
All profit to be re-invested in the service.
Ian Kane, Portsmouth
Water and power services should be run by national authorities. Extra money needed for investment could be borrowed at fixed rates. This petition really needs to go big.
Peter Treadwell, Melton Mowbray
People not profits.
This needs to happen.
Mag McNally, London
I am tired of the energy companies making profits from the poorest in society.
Hilary Lowson, Bathgate
Even the Victorians had the sense to understand that utilities so vital should not be private.
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.
Stella Davies, Wrexham
Everything has been said. I, like many others, am tired of corporate business profits being placed before the genuine need of the British people.
Susan Shaw, Barnsley
Whatever excuses they come up with, its a cartel and that’s illegal.
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.
Elizabeth Burling, Barnet
Nationalisation is for the benefit of the vast majority of the British people.
Either re-nationalise or be run as social enterprise which reinvests any excess into better infrastructure or gives to community projects.
Philip Todd, Stokesley
Power back to the people in a not-for-profit company.
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.
Dennis Archer, Arnold
Stop the Great British rip-off. Bring back utilities and transport into our ownership.
Lavern Wilson, Mansfield
We’ve had enough of prices so high and having to have a house that is cold.
Christine Ager, Rayleigh
Honesty and firmness please.
John James, Lincoln
This is something that should be looked at, but it won’t be easy, as money and shareholders and government are involved.
Marylyn Edwards, Hastings
Utilities should not be for profit but for the people.