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All of the Big Six energy companies slipped to the bottom fifth of the table

Jeremy Corbyn would renationalise the energy companies. Smart move?

We asked a selection of experts to respond

RMT union members gather outside Paddington Station as the union starts a 24 hour strike on the London Underground

The London Tube strike: Your Voices

A selection of comments and tweets we've received about the London Underground workers' strike today

Letters: Corbyn is the obvious choice for Labour

The following letters appear in the August 4 edition of The Independent

Racism in Britain: Labour's leadership candidates explain how they’d tackle racial inequality

The four contenders describe how they plan to attract lost support from black, Asian and ethnic minority voters

Letters: Out of the woodwork to vote for Corbyn

The following letters appear in the July 28 edition of The Independent

Letters: Tories quick to drop Lib Dem green ideas

The following letters appear in the 27 July edition of The Independent

Letters: Ofsted makes our teaching problems worse

The following letters appear in the 22 July edition of The Independent

Letters: The significance of the Nazis then and now

The following letters appear in the 21 July edition of The Independent

Letters: Labour needs a leader the Tory press can’t trash

These letters appear in the 17th July issue of The Independent

Letters: Suddenly, the SNP cares about foxes

These letters appear in the 16th July issue of The Independent

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