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  • appreciate this coming in.

    感謝這個進來。

  • I got personal freak one on Instagram saying, I'm a cyclist and the temp cycle lanes do not work.

    我在Instagram上收到個人怪人一個說,我是騎車人,臨時自行車道不能用。

  • Wow, that's a powerful comment from a cyclist themselves, saying they don't work.

    哇,這是一個騎車人自己說的一句很厲害的話,說他們沒有用。

  • I appreciate your honesty.

    我很欣賞你的誠實。

  • And again, I think there are solutions here.

    我又覺得這裡有解決辦法。

  • We've just got to have the key performance indicators, and we need politicians that are in touch with the neighborhoods themselves and the implementation of their grand schemes.

    我們只是要有關鍵的績效指標,我們需要政治家們與街區本身以及他們的宏偉計劃的實施保持聯繫。

  • I've got Ray how on instagram that says you're the man for the job.

    我在Instagram上看到Ray How說你是最合適的人選。

  • Thank you, Ray.

    謝謝你,雷。

  • We appreciate that we're so excited.

    我們很感激,我們很興奮。

  • There has been a groundswell of support for our campaign.

    我們的運動得到了廣泛的支持。

  • The truth is, we are the only person who could beat City calm, and that's what we plan to do.

    事實上,我們是唯一能擊敗曼城平靜的人,這就是我們的計劃。

  • On May 6, I got Boris Zala Rev on YouTube that says, What are your plans for getting live performances back up and running?

    5月6日,我在YouTube上得到了Boris Zala Rev的消息,他說:你有什麼計劃讓現場演出重新開始?

  • And what support can you offer?

    你又能提供什麼支持呢?

  • The broader hospitality industry?

    更廣泛的酒店業?

  • You know, Boris, we're going by the Hammersmith Odeon today.

    你知道,鮑里斯,我們今天要去哈默史密斯劇院。

  • That's a great venue.

    那是個好地方

  • I've been there to watch live shows in the past.

    我過去一直在那裡看現場表演。

  • I spoke with John Graham, who is the chairman of the Theaters Trust on my show London real about six months ago and he said, Brian, I'm frustrated because we have a solution of how we can safely get people back into theaters.

    六個月前,我在我的節目《倫敦實況》中和約翰-格雷厄姆談過,他是劇院信託基金的主席,他說,布萊恩,我很沮喪,因為我們有一個解決方案,如何讓人們安全地回到劇院。

  • But the mayor is not listening to us.

    但市長不聽我們的。

  • We know we can do it, but we need a certain critical mass of people in the theater, and this is how we think we can do it.

    我們知道我們可以做到這一點,但我們需要一定的臨界品質的人在劇院,這就是我們認為我們可以做到這一點。

  • But we're not having any politicians help us with solutions.

    但我們沒有任何政客幫我們解決。

  • All they want to do is shut us down, put fear into the citizens, and I appreciated John's thoughts, and I want to find a way to get our hospitality sector back.

    他們想做的就是讓我們關門,讓市民感到恐懼,我很欣賞約翰的想法,我想找到一種方法讓我們的酒店業恢復。

  • We can do it safely again.

    我們可以再安全地做一次。

  • The hospitality sector itself is only responsible for 3% of covid transmissions.

    酒店業本身只負責3%的科維德傳播。

  • That's according to Public Health England Zone data, and we want to safely get that industry back as soon as possible.

    這是根據英格蘭公共衛生區的數據,我們希望儘快安全地恢復這個行業。

  • It's responsible for 15% of our GDP, employing some 10 million plus people here in the UK Let's make it happen.

    它佔我們GDP的15%,在英國僱傭了大約1000多萬人,讓我們來實現它。

  • A few other comments coming through here as well, and I appreciate them coming in.

    還有一些其他的評論也在這裡,我很感謝他們的到來。

  • I've got Dean here saying Keep up the good work, Brian.

    我讓迪恩在這裡說繼續努力,布萊恩。

  • It's about time someone came along with some common sense, and I appreciate you that as well.

    是時候有人帶著一些常識來了,我也很感激你。

  • I got James.

    我得到了詹姆斯。

  • Who says What are your plans for the congestion charge and removal of cycle lanes?

    誰說擁堵費和取消自行車道你有什麼打算?

  • James.

    詹姆斯。

  • I'm proposing a congestion charge holiday for six months.

    我建議擁堵費放假半年。

  • We drop all of these charges to zero in order to get as many people into central London as possible to kick start this economy.

    我們把這些費用全部降為零,是為了讓儘可能多的人進入倫敦市中心,以啟動這個經濟。

  • When we strengthen the economy, we will strengthen all things the council's won't have to try to come up with these, uh, L t N taxes to make money.

    當我們加強經濟時,我們將加強所有的事情... ...議會將不必試圖拿出這些,呃,L T N稅來賺錢。

  • They'll make money because the economy improves as far as cycling's.

    他們會賺錢,因為經濟的改善,就像自行車的。

  • I'm all for cycling.

    我都是騎自行車的。

  • I cycled when I ran my Ironman race three years ago.

    三年前我參加鐵人三項比賽的時候,我就騎車了。

  • I had to cycle in London to train for that race.

    我不得不在倫敦騎車去訓練那場比賽。

  • I get it with cyclists, but we have to do it in an intelligent way.

    我對騎自行車的人很理解,但我們必須以一種聰明的方式來做。

  • The cycle lanes can't prohibit business.

    自行車道不能禁止經營。

  • They can't cause congestion, they can't charge more emissions.

    不能造成擁堵,不能多收排汙費。

  • So let's find a middle ground where we can all interact together.

    所以,我們要找到一箇中間地帶,大家可以一起交流。

  • It's not happening right now, and the mayor is not offering these solutions either.

    現在沒有發生,市長也沒有提供這些解決方案。

  • So a couple more questions here as well, and then I'm gonna go to zoom hopefully and get a video call from one of you guys.

    所以,一對夫婦更多的問題在這裡為好, 然後我要去變焦希望 並得到一個視頻電話 從你們中的一個人。

  • I've got Dina Roni on YouTube saying, I'm in Cardiff.

    我在YouTube上看到Dina Roni說,我在卡迪夫。

  • I wish I could vote for you.

    我希望我能投給你

  • Wish you the absolute best.

    祝願你絕對是最好的。

  • And I've got said on Instagram that saying, You take the time to listen to the people and like I was telling Bill Dodd yesterday on on our T, it's really important that I'm out here.

    而且我已經在Instagram上說過,說,你花時間去傾聽人們的聲音,就像我昨天在我們的T上告訴比爾-多德一樣,我在這裡真的很重要。

  • I'm going by the Thames right now.

    我現在正沿著泰晤士河走。

  • It's a beautiful day.

    今天天氣真好

  • I think we've got a view of the Hammersmith Bridge has been closed.

    我想我們已經看到了哈默史密斯大橋已經關閉了。

  • Now and again.

    時不時地。

  • The two party political system is bouncing back and forth, blaming each other.

    兩黨政治體制來回跳動,互相指責。

  • Meanwhile, the citizens of this city pay while they do their politicking business as usual.

    同時,這個城市的市民在付出的同時,也在照常做著他們的政客。

  • They have their careers in politics, and we never see the changes happen.

    他們在政治上有自己的事業,而我們從來沒有看到變化的發生。

  • I'm going by some houseboats here.

    我在這裡通過一些家船。

  • I was actually at this houseboat right here, speaking with Simon Woodroffe, the founder of Yo Sushi, about six months ago, and I was on the ground finding out what are the entrepreneurs struggling with?

    其實我就在這艘房子船上,跟悠壽司的創始人Simon Woodroffe交流,大概在半年前,我就在實地瞭解創業者在苦惱什麼?

  • And Simon talked to me about what he struggles with what Yasushi was struggling with after I spoke with him.

    而西門在我和他談了之後,也和我說了他和安世的苦惱。

  • I went to Peter Door Smith, who runs a coffee bar chain called Caffeine and Fits Row Via, and he told me what he was struggling with.

    我去找了彼得-門-史密斯,他經營著一家名為Caffeine和Fits Row Via的咖啡吧連鎖店,他告訴了我他正在苦惱的事情。

  • He said, Brian, I need more cooperation from the council.

    他說,布萊恩,我需要理事會更多的合作。

  • We need leadership that wants to help us get back to work.

    我們需要願意幫助我們恢復工作的領導層。

  • And again, I have spoken to and interviewed more leaders in business, in the theaters, in tourism and travel than the mayor of London has in the past six months, and I'm willing to take the Pepsi Challenge with him on that.

    再說一遍,我在過去的半年裡,與商業、劇院、旅遊和旅行領域的領導人交談和採訪的次數比倫敦市長還多,我願意和他一起接受百事可樂的挑戰。

  • Who have you been talking to?

    你和誰談過了?

  • Who have you actually interacted with between my show, London Real and everything I've been doing to be your next mayor of London?

    在我的節目《倫敦真實》和我為成為下一任倫敦市長所做的一切之間,你到底和誰有過交流?

  • I've spoken with more stakeholders that really matter.

    我已經和更多真正重要的利益相關者談過了。

  • That includes economists like David Miles from Imperial College.

    這其中包括像帝國學院的大衛-邁爾斯這樣的經濟學家。

  • I've spoken with top level people from the Bank of England.

    我已經和英格蘭銀行的高層談過了。

  • I've spoken with top level people in the Metropolitan Police, top level people at TfL.

    我和大都會警察局的高層談過了,也和TfL的高層談過了。

  • They all believe that my plan to get London back to work is the way forward, and I know it is as well.

    他們都相信我的計劃是讓倫敦恢復工作,我也知道是這樣的。

  • So a couple more comments coming in here as well, I guess Sandy litter on YouTube, says I've been following Brian for over five years.

    所以,這裡又有幾條評論進來了,我猜YouTube上的Sandy litter,說我關注Brian五年多了。

  • I believe he's a force for good and has a decent guy and has provided me much value over the years.

    我相信他是一股正義的力量,有一個體面的傢伙,多年來為我提供了很多價值。

  • Thanks, Brian.

    謝謝,布萊恩。

  • Thank you, Sandy.

    謝謝你,桑迪。

  • I appreciate that.

    我很感激

  • A lot of you only know me as the next mayor of London, but I've actually been doing this broadcasting thing for about 10 years.

    你們很多人只知道我是下一任倫敦市長,但其實我做廣播這件事已經有10年了。

  • My show London Real.

    我的節目《倫敦真實》。

  • I've been serving the public.

    我一直在為公眾服務。

  • We've got a half a billion views over 1000 conversations we broadcast for free in order to help people with their lives and help people live better lives.

    我們為了幫助人們的生活,幫助人們更好的生活,我們免費播報了5億次瀏覽量超過1000次的對話。

  • And as the next mayor of London, I'm just gonna do the same thing as well.

    而作為下一任倫敦市長,我也會做同樣的事情。

  • So couple more comments coming here as well.

    所以這裡也多了幾條評論。

  • And I'm guessing we might have a zoom coming in as well.

    我猜我們可能也會有一個變焦。

  • So cool.

    好酷啊

  • Just give me that person's name.

    只要告訴我那個人的名字就可以了。

  • I'll be going to that to let me read out a couple more comments.

    我會去讓我多讀幾條評論。

  • I got, uh, Deena Roni on YouTube that says I'm in Cardiff.

    我得到了,呃,Deena Roni在YouTube上說我在卡迪夫。

  • Wish I could vote for you.

    希望我能投給你

  • Wish you the absolute bus.

    祝你絕對公交。

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你了

  • D.

    D.

  • And I appreciate you.

    我很感激你。

  • You know what anyone around the world can support us right now going for our website Brian from mary dot London.

    你知道世界各地的人都可以支持我們現在去我們的網站布萊恩從瑪麗點倫敦。

  • You can share our assets.

    你可以分享我們的資產。

  • You can print out our posters.

    你可以打印出我們的海報。

  • I know Anna over in Wood Green has a Brian for Mayor poster she printed out and is stuck in her window.

    我知道Wood Green的Anna有一張Brian競選市長的海報,她打印出來貼在她的窗戶上。

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你了

  • And I appreciate that A lot of people are sharing our videos, sharing our assets share our interview yesterday and our t share our video of being stopped by the police share our message.

    我很感激很多人都在分享我們的視頻,分享我們的資產分享我們昨天的採訪和我們的T分享我們的視頻被警察攔住分享我們的資訊。

  • I appreciate that you can come on a website and get some Brian for mayor Swag, coffee cups, T shirts, everything.

    我很感激你能來一個網站上,並得到一些布萊恩的市長斯瓦格,咖啡杯,T恤,一切。

  • And you can support us.

    而你可以支持我們。

  • Honestly, this is a global movement.

    老實說,這是一場全球性的運動。

  • We're talking about issues that face everyone in London.

    我們討論的是倫敦每個人都面臨的問題。

  • We're talking about issues that affect everyone in the UK.

    我們談論的是影響英國每個人的問題。

  • We're talking about issues that affect people all over the world.

    我們談論的是影響全世界人民的問題。

appreciate this coming in.

感謝這個進來。

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