David Weston, Bodmin
Power production should be for us all and not for private profit.
Leah Etteridge, Chatham
Power for the people.
Sam Roberts, Liverpool
Stop extortionate bills. Also stop extortionate estimates that neither reflect the consumption of energy or make clear that they are only estimates.
Martyn Wilson, Farnborough
I just want a reliable, fair, publicly-owned utility, not a never-ending cycle of chasing different suppliers to get good value.
Mike Sargent, Dover
Another example of capitalism running amok with no restraints.
John Exon, Harrogate
Bring back the CEGB. They would have solved the reduction of CO2 problem, got nuclear generation, got safe generation margins etc.
Mitch James, Bristol
There are those that can and those that cannot heat their homes. I’m for supporting and speaking up for those that can’t.
Phillip Walton, Basildon
I transferred to the Co-op from British Gas and Immediately cut my energy costs by a third.
Paul Mclean, Leeds
Energy supplies and infrastructure are produced by the people. They should be owned by the people.
Jennie Cummings-Knight, Cromer
Privatisation drives up prices and drives down quality.
Susan Aldrich, Filey
Give us back our freedom that our parents fought for and stop ripping us off.
Steve Waldenberg, Leeds
Good idea. As it would cost, why not set up a publicly owned company, cut the other’s prices and they will soon cease trading?
Susan Pearce, Oldham
Public utilities for the public. Not massive profits for foreign companies while we freeze.
John Taylor, Guisborough
Prices are too high.
Marie Priest, Brighton
Energy sales need to be under state ownership again. It’s time to stop the daylight robbery we are subjected to by the Big Six energy companies. Enough is enough.
Arthur Pallett, Stoke-on-Trent
All utilities should be owned by the public.
Roy St Pierre, Colne
We need clean, green, renewable, non-nuclear energy, non biomass energy produced as much as possible close to the user with many more home producers.
John Butler, Strabane
The cost of energy is going to be of increasing significance. People must make themselves heard.
Richard Trotman, Penistone
I challenge the powers that be to demonstrate so much as a single benefit to consumers from Thatcher’s privatisation of the energy utilities. Just one?
Richard Smith, Devizes
I have been saying we should re-nationalise the industry for years.
Caroline Charles, London
Energy is clearly not safe in private hands.
George Davies, Darwen
Everyone needs energy and at a cost that protects and enhances life, rather than simply unearned dividend payments which are used to make rich people even richer.
Steve Black, Southampton
Run utilities for the people and the environment
John Truelove, Weston-super-Mare
All utilities and public transport should be in state ownership.
Ray Colley, Sheffield
Put energy suppliers back into public ownership.
Paul Britton, Stevenage
The essential infrastructure of a country shouldn’t be in the hands of money-making private enterprises. They should be run for the good of the people of the country.
Janet Brooke, Nottingham
At the very least do away with a daily standing charge.
Andrew Wilkes, Cardiff
Power to the people.
Lynne Carpenter, Lindon
stop private companies profiting at the people’s expense when so many are in ‘fuel poverty’
Angela Holcroft, North Berwick
That’s it. We’ve had enough. You can push the people so far. Now we are taking our power back.