Sara Hall, London
Life is too short.
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.
Anthony Martin, Exeter
Angela Dillon, Glenrothes
People before profit.
Martin Cummins, Edinburgh
Only public ownership will deliver a service for the people, not profits for shareholders.
Denis Keenan, Ossett
It’s time to acknowledge that some industries should be run for the benefit of people, not profit.
Patrick McGrath, London
John Robinson, Lincoln
More power to your elbow. Something needs to be done to stop this profiteering on something that people rely on.
Dave Waite, Lincoln
Because energy is too important to be left to the spivs.
Paul Scotter, Norwich
Andrew Duncan, Exeter
Energy to serve the sustainable needs of the many, not the short-term profit of the elite few.
Lenard Hughes, Hitchin
The family silver has been sold. Now most of us have to suffer the consequences, apparently. Still, the front bench millionaires are happy, along with their city friends.
Jenny Rust, Bath
Sustainable, affordable and communal energy.
Daniel Rolles, Dartford
Why don’t they learn?
Steve Black, Southampton
Run utilities for the people and the environment
Ben Gladwish, Walsall
Once again, another classic example of how privatisation doesn’t work. The government will see this country on its knees just so they don’t have to lose face.
Pam Robinson, London
Heating and hot water should not be for commercial gain.
Steve Hammersley, Leek
I support the campaign for a nationally owned energy service.
Jean Holmes, Worksop
Utilities should always be in the hands of the people that use them. For these companies it is like writing a blank cheque.
Ken Cooke, St Austell
Give back something I used to own, which was sold without my permission.
Mark Marriott, Nottingham
We need a power company that the country owns not companies run by profiteers.
John Withill, Leeds
All the utility privatisations were a complete disaster for the consumer and the generating industry itself. It’s time to admit it. Get rid of these boards of directors.
Casey Tremain, Portsmouth
Energy should not be privately owned as profits go to shareholders first. Also those on the lowest incomes and on pre-pay meters pay the most for their fuel.
Richard Kent, Chard
I agree with everything except the climate change bit. I just don’t believe Al Gore and the IPCC. I put my trust in honest men not cheats.
Kimaya Crolla-Younger, London
Access to power is a basic human right and one that needs to be affordable for all.
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.
George Hill, Corby
The time is right to take back the industries into public hands for benefit of the public.
Joyce Watchorn, Chester-le-Street
Put this resource back in the hands of the British taxpayer instead of foreign shareholders who do not care about people.
Rob Seed, Worcester
I support the dream but has anyone any idea of the cost of re-nationalising?
Stephen Foster, Leicester
All public utilities should be in public (not private) hands.