Karen Johnson, Princes Risborough
Time to get rid of the energy racketeers.
Tim Armstrong-Taylor, Kimpton
Returning power ownership and production to the British people is the only way to guarantee cost and infrastructure control. Give power back to the people.
Richard Desjardins, Ashby de la Zouch
If you see Sid, tell him we messed it up.
John Hoyle, Kettering
Our energy supply is fundamental to our society and should be owned by our society.
Brian Smith, Stockton Brook
We need affordable, sustainable, clean energy, for the common good, not private profit.
Niall Clifford, Yeovil
Giving the private sector monopolies is the most stupid thing, amongst many, the Tories ever did.
Jim Dignan, Sheffield
Privatisation of Britain’s public services has been a disaster for consumers, the environment and the economy.
Ken Walker, Milnrow
Enough is enough. We are sick of being ripped off and private companies profiteering while people freeze to death every winter.
Bryan Burrow, Kendal
No need to feed the greed. Plant the seed.
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.
Greg Hewitt, Nottingham
We need to empower communities. People do have power. If we want to achieve something, we the people can be the agent of change and do it ourselves.
Chris Dooks, Ayr
This is a long overdue idea.
Karen Nadin, Newark
Vote these Tory swine out of office as soon as possible.
Alex Burnell, Ipswich
Bring the power back to the people.
Eddie Griffin, Borehamwood
I’m sick of these rip-off companies fleecing us.
At the moment energy companies can print money. The Government is powerless to stop them.
Sheila Francis, Doncaster
If shareholders’ profit was reallocated to fund development of sustainable sources of power it would vastly reduce the cost of living for many poor families.
John Hann, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
I’d rather subsidise my fellow citizens than a bunch of fat cats.
Steve Jarvis, Westbury
It’s time we stopped treating our neighbours as competitors, and for politicians playing the electorate off against each other. Let’s come together for the common good.
John Wilson, Glasgow
Nationalisation without compensation. Give us back our utilities now.
Lynne Richardson, Hucknall
Privatisation has not worked.
Allen Lane, Brighton
All energy companies should be re-nationalised and green energy supported.
All vital public services such as energy, water, transport, postal services, education and health have no place being run for profit by tax-dodging multinationals.
John Robinson, Lincoln
More power to your elbow. Something needs to be done to stop this profiteering on something that people rely on.
Brian Bailey, Manchester
Why do we need to be held to ransom by the power companies? Price increases mean more shareholder dividends. Return them to public ownership.
Bryan White, Derby
I couldn’t agree more with this agenda. Power to the voiceless.
Noel Symonds, Redhill
It can never be right or in the best interests of the many to have power in private hands. If the state runs it correctly it could use the profits for better services.
Nigel Buxton, Sheffield
Let’s bring an end to the extortion racket that is operated by the power companies.
Roy Koerner, Wylam
Don’t expect any help from left wing politicians.
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.