Robert Rudge, Glaston, Rutland
Re-nationalise the energy and power industries and make government answerable to the people.
Cristian Gurran, Rotherham
Free market capitalism is not the best way for everything and is certainly not the optimal philosophy for providing essential services to a country’s population.
Jenny Dimond, Ware
I never thought I would be living in fuel poverty.
Dean Forsyth, Southend
It’s about time the many stopped suffering, to line the pockets of the elite few.
Daniel Rolles, Dartford
Why don’t they learn?
Bob Green, Sheffield
I’m sat in a cold freezing room writing this with my feet in the cat box, just to keep some warmth and circulation going.
Gordon Stringer, Potters Bar
Government approved robbery of the population for the benefit of the few.
Callum Gill, London
We’re told we have fundamental human rights in this country but do they actually mean anything when people are freezing to death in their own homes?
Norman Wall, Wallsend
Get back to sanity.
Karen Nadin, Newark
Vote these Tory swine out of office as soon as possible.
I would hate to be old in this country, and have to choose between food or heating.
Mike P Hodgson, Penrith
Dear British Gas, stop ripping me off.
Michael Oram, Dorchester
I’m fed up with the fat cat chairman making a mint while my bills still go up and up.
Kenneth Miller, Leeds
All energy should be state owned.
Michael Gorbold, Cheshunt
The sooner the energy companies are re-nationalised the better it will be for the customers.
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.
Susan Aldrich, Filey
Give us back our freedom that our parents fought for and stop ripping us off.
Bill Smickersgill, Leeds
Let’s get this job done.
Michael Rutland, Stockton-on-Tees
It should never have been sold off in the first place.
Diane Hibbert, Rainworth
I hate being held to ransom.
Claire Scott, Bideford
Fuel should be at cost and not be for profit.
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.
Alex Burnell, Ipswich
Bring the power back to the people.
Julia Hector, Stirling
No-one should be profiting out of the essentials of life; any surplus should be going back into the public purse.
Malcolm Duckworth, Preston
If we are all in this together then why aren’t the profits to shareholders falling?
Fred Torr, Truro
Power supplies are too important to leave privateers in control.
Diane Attersall, North Shields
I want all utilities re-nationalised.
John Hann, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
I’d rather subsidise my fellow citizens than a bunch of fat cats.
Gavin Sibthorpe, London
The bullies at the Big Six must be stood up to.
Jennifer Gorrod, Tayport
Return energy to public ownership.