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In September 2015 Robin Hood Energy became the first publicly owned energy company in operation since 1948! This not for profit energy supplier was set up in 2015 by Nottingham City Council and it aims to offer affordable energy and fight fuel poverty across the region.
David Pike, founder of Our Energy, explains...
Our mission is simple: We will give power back to 1 million UK citizens, literally! We want you to have ownership of energy company and profits returned to you.
Energy is not optional. It’s not a ‘nice to have’ or a luxury. Yet two thirds of us continue to pay over the odds for our gas and electricity.
"E.ON is red, SSE is blue
The Big Six are over - public energy, we love you!"
We Own It will join people across the country on the march to defend our NHS – but we need your help.
Have you ever felt trapped in a bad relationship - with a train company? If it helps, you're not alone.
There are lots of great reasons to bring the whole rail network into public ownership. Let's start with Southern.
This week, in response to Theresa May's speech, we published our 12 point plan for a publicly owned Brexit.
The Prime Minister's speech today made it very clear. Unless we take a stand, Brexit won't mean protecting our public services. They will be open for business from money-grabbing investors, tax dodgers and vulture companies as much if not more than now.
Vicki Gilbert, chair of the Tyne and Wear Public Transport Users Group reports on the campaign to oppose clause 21 of the Bus Services Bill.
Our new polling has found that just one in five people think that Southern is suitable to run its train services. The research by Survation finds strong public support for the idea that the Southern Rail franchise should be brought into public ownership.
As rail fares go up this week, we asked Survation to find out what the public thinks about privatisation.
As train fares go up by an average of 2.3% from today, we thought we'd ask the public what they think about privatisation.
Amelia Schofield reports on why the plans to privatise our rail tracks are bad news for our railways.
We've been asking councils across England to show their support for our campaign to force the government to drop its proposal to ban councils from setting up new publicly run bus companies.