Paul Geraghty, Warrington
Return to public ownership for the people’s benefit.
Janet Brooke, Nottingham
At the very least do away with a daily standing charge.
Guy Falkenau, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Our privatised utilities are a joke. The very nature of this fragmented system has the effect of pushing up costs and the evidence of anti-competitive pricing is obvious.
Pete Heskett, London
Privatisation equals prices up, service down, profits to investment bankers.
Daniel Holt, Bournemouth
Profits before people must stop.
Dennis Archer, Arnold
Stop the Great British rip-off. Bring back utilities and transport into our ownership.
Phillip Walton, Basildon
I transferred to the Co-op from British Gas and Immediately cut my energy costs by a third.
Douglas Linaker, Penzance
These industries should never have been privatised in the first place.
Lesley Burt, Christchurch
One of the best things for UK people and UK finance would be the re-nationalisation of power and railways.
Common sense over greed, please.
Annalise Richter, Swansea
I agree we need not-for-profit, but with a good business structure of course.
Roger Jackson, York
This petition should highlight the need for more social responsibility to be shown by this selfish and one-eyed government.
Malcolm Duckworth, Preston
If we are all in this together then why aren’t the profits to shareholders falling?
William Morton, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
All utilities should be in the hands of the public.
Col Farrell, Liverpool
Give us our utilities back now.
Paul Clarke, Glasgow
It’s time for action. People need heat and light to survive.
Tom Conway, Derby
As Midnight said: The time has come. A fact’s a fact – It belongs to them. Let’s give it back.
Alan Bettridge, London
Don’t they think we pay enough? The government gave the nurses 1% and then the power companies put their prices up by 10%.
Jenny Dimond, Ware
I never thought I would be living in fuel poverty.
Karen Nadin, Newark
Vote these Tory swine out of office as soon as possible.
Richard Paunes, Ilfracombe
I just agree with everything you’ve said.
Philip Todd, Stokesley
Power back to the people in a not-for-profit company.
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.
Peter Sharpe, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
How can something so vital for human life be used to make a few richer?
Alan Gale, Rochdale
Enough is enough. Over 60% of the population didn’t vote for privatisation, so why should we have to be ripped off like this?
Alistair Ligertwood, Liverpool
I despair when we have sold off our national assets, from rail to energy to water to money.
John Evans, Billericay
Utilities are basic necessities and should be run for the benefit of the public, not shareholders.
Nigel Penn, Buxton
Enough is enough with no pay rises and the energy companies just milking us. It’s time that fuel came back into public ownership.
Valerie Bartleet, Wolverhampton
Not everyone has the ability to access information on cheaper deals. The result is, as in so many other areas, that those least able to afford it end up paying most.
Jojo Llewellyn, Swansea
Give us our money back you thieving gits watching us suffer.