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  • I want to talk about how we can rebuild London in 2021.

    我想談談我們如何在2021年重建倫敦。

  • I want to abolish the congestion charge until 2022.

    我想取消擁堵費到2022年。

  • I also want to zero out business rates until 2022 as well.

    我也想在2022年之前,將營業稅歸零。

  • And I want to create the Great Celebration, a 31 day event celebrating the best of London.

    我想創造一個偉大的慶祝活動,一個為期31天的活動,慶祝倫敦最好的地方。

  • 20 million people coming into this city.

    2000萬人口進入這個城市。

  • It's going to be absolutely amazing.

    這將是絕對驚人的。

  • Here's some artwork here that we're putting up that just gives you a little flavor as to what this is all about.

    這裡有一些藝術作品,我們把它放在這裡,只是給你一個小的味道,因為這是所有關於。

  • And we're really excited to talk to this, uh, to you about this today.

    我們真的很高興能和你談談這個,呃,今天和你談這個。

  • Um, the next thing I really want to talk about is how we can make London safe.

    嗯,下一件事我真的很想談談 是我們如何能使倫敦安全。

  • And the truth is, the mayor is doing an absolutely horrible job of keeping our streets safe.

    而事實是,市長正在做一個絕對可怕的工作,以保持我們的街道安全。

  • And even just a few days ago, you can see this headline from the Express and I'll read it out.

    甚至就在幾天前,你可以看到快報的這個標題,我把它念出來。

  • It's It's hard to read it says London double stabbing horror.

    這是很難看的,它說倫敦雙刺恐怖。

  • Police rushed to scene as man killed in brutal street attack, and we've seen the mayor failure after failure when it comes to keeping our streets safe.

    警察趕到現場,男子在殘酷的街頭襲擊中喪生,我們已經看到市長在維護街道安全方面接連失敗。

  • Every single year.

    每年都是如此

  • For the past five years, knife crime has gone up.

    在過去的五年裡,持刀犯罪率上升。

  • It's up now.

    它的現在。

  • A horrific 28 5% in five years.

    五年內恐怖的285%。

  • And he has no plans.

    而且他沒有計劃。

  • Uh, he has no, uh, he has no ownership.

    呃,他沒有,呃,他沒有所有權。

  • He claims over even the Met police themselves.

    他的要求甚至超過了大都會警方自己。

  • And he's just failed this time and time again.

    而他就這樣一次次的失敗。

  • It's time that we vote in someone with new ideas with a fresh perspective.

    現在是時候,我們投票給一個有新思想、有新觀點的人了。

  • I want to put 10,000 new officers on the street and I know how to pay for it.

    我想在街上安排一萬名新的官員,我知道如何支付這筆錢。

  • I want a better train, the Met police, and fully digitized them.

    我想要一列更好的火車,大都會警察,並將他們完全數字化。

  • I want to create Corporates for communities and inject £100 million of corporate donations into these community centers like the two I visited today.

    我想為社區創建Corporates,為這些社區中心注入1億英鎊的企業捐款,比如我今天參觀的兩個社區中心。

  • And I'm gonna work with Jamal Edwards, the founder of S B T.

    而我要和Jamal Edwards合作,S B T的創始人。

  • V, to really highlight exactly how he's been successful in this space and how we can scale this up even more So now I want to hear from you.

    V,以真正突出他在這個領域是如何成功的,以及我們如何能更多地擴大這個規模所以現在我想聽聽你的意見。

  • Please ask me a question.

    請問我一個問題。

  • Ask the hard questions and tell me, what borough do you live in or what city do you live in?

    問個難聽的問題,告訴我,你住在哪個區或者哪個城市?

  • What is your biggest challenge?

    你最大的挑戰是什麼?

  • What's the question you wanna ask me?

    你想問我什麼問題?

  • Tell me, how have you been impacted financially by the pandemic?

    告訴我,你在經濟上受到了怎樣的影響?

  • And do we need to rebuild London's economy with big moves like we have, like London's great celebration.

    而我們是否需要像重建倫敦的經濟一樣,有大動作,比如倫敦的大慶。

  • Next.

    下一個

  • Tell me the mayor just recorded two more knife crime murders in the last week.

    告訴我市長上週又記錄了兩起持刀殺人案。

  • Is it time that we replaced him with someone who wants to make our streets safe?

    是時候用一個想讓我們的街道安全的人取代他了嗎?

  • Someone who has a plan to put 10,000 new officers on the street and, of course, make the Met better trained and fully digitized.

    有人計劃讓一萬名新警員上街 當然,還要讓大都會更好的訓練和完全數字化。

  • And finally, do you think it's time for an independent voice, fresh ideas and a new direction?

    最後,你認為現在是時候發出獨立的聲音、新的想法和新的方向了嗎?

  • So I'm going to your questions right now.

    所以我現在要回答你的問題了。

  • Thank you so much for putting these in.

    非常感謝你把這些。

  • I appreciate it.

    我很感激你

  • I'm going to start first with our website, and I've got John that said Hello.

    我先從我們的網站開始,我有約翰說你好。

  • Dear Brian, our future mayor, I've got one question.

    親愛的布萊恩,我們未來的市長,我有一個問題。

  • I'm a private hire driver.

    我是一個私人出租司機。

  • Been working over 25 years since Mr Khan became a mayor.

    自從汗先生當上市長後,已經工作了25年。

  • We've been decimated.

    我們已經被消滅了。

  • We can't wait to see you soon in the mayor's office.

    我們迫不及待地想在市長辦公室裡見到你。

  • My question is, what can you do for private hire drivers regarding the congestion charge?

    我的問題是,關於擁堵費的問題,你能為私人出租司機做些什麼?

  • We don't even make £50 a day.

    我們一天連50英鎊都賺不到。

  • From that, we pay £15.

    由此,我們支付15英鎊。

  • We end up with £35 and I can't even feed my kids.

    我們最終用35英鎊,我甚至不能餵我的孩子。

  • Please.

    求你了

  • Please, can you do something about it?

    拜託,你能不能做點什麼?

  • Many thanks.

    謝謝你

  • Our mayor, unquote John.

    我們的市長,沒有引用約翰。

  • First of all, I appreciate your support.

    首先,我感謝你的支持。

  • It really means a lot to me.

    這對我來說真的意義重大。

  • And you highlight one of the biggest problems we're facing as a city, we need to rebuild our economy.

    你強調了我們作為一個城市所面臨的最大問題之一,我們需要重建我們的經濟。

  • We're one of the worst performing cities in Europe.

    我們是歐洲表現最差的城市之一。

  • And yet the mayor is trying to raise and extend your congestion charge.

    然而市長卻要提高和擴大你的擁堵費。

  • He doesn't understand basic economic fundamentals, which means you can't tax something that you're trying to rebuild and reinvigorate.

    他不明白基本的經濟基礎,這意味著你不能對你試圖重建和重振的東西征稅。

  • And so my plan is to abolish the congestion charge for the rest of this year until 2022.

    所以,我的計劃是在今年剩下的時間裡取消擁堵費,直到2022年。

  • And by doing so, you're going to get as many people in London as possible.

    而通過這樣做,你會讓儘可能多的人在倫敦。

  • You're going to kick start business and you're going to revitalize the economy.

    你要創業,你要振興經濟。

  • This is so important.

    這是很重要的。

  • And this is one of my big plans as your next mayor of London.

    而這也是我作為你的下一任倫敦市長的一個大計劃。

  • I also want to call out Judith and hovering.

    我也想喊朱迪思和盤旋。

  • Who asked via the website.

    誰通過網站問。

  • You say?

    你說呢?

  • Does Brian Rose have a policy to remove the policies, which have decimated London's black cab taxi trade since 2015.

    布萊恩-羅斯是否有政策取消這些政策,自2015年以來,這些政策已經使倫敦的黑車計程車交易減少。

  • And it's a great question.

    這是一個很好的問題。

  • And Judith, I've probably taken your taxi home.

    而朱迪思,我可能已經採取了你的計程車回家。

  • I take a taxi home every single night.

    我每天晚上都會打車回家。

  • I also take them throughout the week as well.

    我也是整個星期都在服用。

  • And the truth is, is that the mayor has been massively disrespectful to the black cab industry and two taxis in general.

    而事實是,是市長對黑出租行業和兩輛計程車普遍存在大不敬。

  • He has not recognized them as part of TfL, which black taxis clearly are because they they have a very important service.

    他沒有承認他們是TfL的一部分,而黑計程車顯然是TfL的一部分,因為他們他們有一個非常重要的服務。

  • They pick up handicapped passengers when they have no other options in places like the bank junction in places like Bishop's Gate here in London.

    當他們沒有其他選擇的時候,他們就會去接殘障人士乘客,比如在倫敦主教門這樣的地方的銀行路口。

  • I know the issues that these taxi drivers face because I've taken hundreds of their rides over the past six months.

    我知道這些計程車司機所面臨的問題,因為在過去的半年裡,我坐過他們數百次車。

  • Also, they've been handicapped by the mayor's street space steam scheme that he cooked up that really penalized these taxi cab drivers, and they've just won a high court ruling that said, what the mayor did was illegal, that he pushed these schemes through during the pandemic.

    此外,他們已經被阻礙 市長的街道空間蒸汽計劃, 他煮了,真正的懲罰這些計程車司機, 他們剛剛贏得了高等法院的裁決,說, 市長的做法是非法的, 他推動這些計劃通過 在流行病。

  • And so I understand the problems that taxi driver's face.

    所以我理解計程車司機面臨的問題。

  • At the end of the day, you're an entrepreneur just like I am, and I support businesses and entrepreneurs.

    說到底,你和我一樣都是企業家,我支持企業和企業家。

  • The mayor doesn't He doesn't respect business people.

    市長不他不尊重商人。

  • He doesn't understand.

    他不明白。

  • It's an important part of rebuilding the economy, and I'm going to change that as well.

    這是重建經濟的重要組成部分,我也要改變這種狀況。

  • Got some great comments coming here from Instagram.

    從Instagram上得到了一些很棒的評論。

  • I got Bud, Renato said.

    我得到了巴德,雷納託說。

  • I hope you're going to win.

    我希望你能贏。

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你了

  • I got Melanie Austin that says, looking good, Brian, Thank you so much.

    我得到了梅蘭妮奧斯汀說, 看起來不錯,布萊恩,非常感謝你。

  • The bus definitely makes me look good, Lee Mitchell, on Instagram said.

    公車絕對讓我好看,李米切爾在Instagram上說。

  • When is the debate and he's talking about my challenge to the current mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and I'll say it again right now, Mr Mayor, when will you debate me?

    什麼時候辯論,他說的是我對現任倫敦市長薩迪克-汗的挑戰,我現在再說一遍,市長先生,你什麼時候和我辯論?

  • I've been asking now for over two months.

    我現在已經問了兩個多月了。

  • All we're asking for is a simple debate.

    我們所要求的只是一個簡單的辯論。

  • You can put out your version of the facts.

    你可以把你的事實版本說出來。

  • I can put out all of the facts that show that you have failed.

    我可以把所有的事實都說出來,說明你已經失敗了。

  • London.

    倫敦:

  • When it comes to keeping our streets safe, you have failed to build affordable homes.

    在保障街道安全的問題上,你們沒有建設經濟適用房。

  • You have broken our transport infrastructure and you have no plan to rebuild our economy.

    你們破壞了我們的交通基礎設施,卻沒有重建經濟的計劃。

  • Let's have an open and honest debate, and we can let the people decide I am challenging.

    讓我們開誠佈公地進行辯論,我們可以讓人民決定我在挑戰。

  • We can do this anytime, anyhow.

    我們隨時可以這樣做,反正。

  • Anywhere but, Mr Mayor, let us know.

    除了市長先生以外的任何地方,請告訴我們。

  • I'm still waiting to hear back from you.

    我還在等你的迴音。

  • If you want to find out, go to his social media feeds right now and say When will you debate Brian Rose?

    如果你想知道,現在就去他的社交媒體上說,你什麼時候和布萊恩-羅斯辯論?

  • Use the hashtag Brian from mayor or at Tag Me on Instagram or Twitter or wherever.

    在Instagram或Twitter或任何地方使用市長的標籤Brian或在Tag Me。

  • And maybe he'll give us an answer again.

    也許他又會給我們一個答案。

  • All we want is a debate, and then I want to I want you to decide, and we'll see what he has to say.

    我們要的只是一場辯論,然後我想... ...我想讓你來決定,我們看看他怎麼說。

  • Um, s G pap on instagram says you talk about 10,000 more police.

    嗯,s G pap在instagram上說,你說的是一萬多警察。

  • What about holding them accountable when they break the law?

    當他們觸犯法律的時候,追究他們的責任呢?

  • We need more accountability.

    我們需要更多的問責制。

  • Uh, they are not above the law because they are public servants and you make a great point.

    呃,他們不能凌駕於法律之上,因為他們是公務員,你說的很有道理。

  • And I was on the phone with a senior member of Metropolitan Police on Friday and he said this.

    週五我和大都會警察局的一位高級警官通了電話,他說了這樣的話。

  • He said, Brian, we need better training for our police.

    他說,布萊恩,我們需要對我們的警察進行更好的訓練。

  • I'll be the first one to say it.

    我是第一個說的人。

  • They're not well trained, which means sometimes they don't perform the best they can on the streets.

    他們沒有受過良好的訓練,這意味著有時他們在街上的表現並不盡如人意。

  • He said, Brian, with your plan of 10,000 more officers that will allow my officers to have two days per month where they can focus on training.

    他說,布萊恩,按照你的計劃,再增加一萬名警員,就能讓我的警員每個月有兩天的時間可以集中訓練。

  • And I'm talking about community led training where they train with the communities they're going to police with members of the community that go along with them and they tell them, What do they struggle with?

    我說的是社區主導的培訓,在那裡,他們與社區一起培訓,他們將與社區成員一起去警察,他們告訴他們,他們有什麼困難?

  • What, what makes them angry about the police?

    什麼,是什麼讓他們對警察感到憤怒?

  • How did the police do things wrong?

    警察是怎麼做錯事的?

  • I was just spending time with Eliza from her incredible charity and just want to give her a shout out again lives, not knives.

    我只是花時間與伊麗莎從她的不可思議的慈善機構,只是想給她一個喊出來再次生活,而不是刀。

  • And her staff said, You know what?

    她的員工說,你知道嗎?

  • A lot of times these police, they stop and search these kids, which which we agree.

    很多時候,這些警察, 他們停止和搜查這些孩子, 我們同意。

  • It's important to get these knives off the street, but they do it in a way that could be more respectful.

    把這些刀子從大街上弄走很重要,但他們的做法可以更尊重人。

  • They can take them away from their friends and family.

    他們可以把他們從他們的朋友和家人那裡帶走。

  • They could have a quiet word and do it.

    他們可以悄悄地說一句話,然後做。

  • It's just about being a little bit more aware, a little bit more respectful.

    就是要多一點意識,多一點尊重。

  • The police want this to they have a very difficult job to do.

    警方希望這他們有一個非常困難的工作。

  • I have a plan to pay for those 10,000 officers through my infrastructure Levy, which I outlined on Friday at my real deal in the studio.

    我有一個計劃,通過我的基礎設施徵收來支付這10,000名官員的費用,我在週五的演播室裡的真實交易中概述了這一點。

  • And by doing so, I will give them the time for more training.

    而我這樣做,會給他們更多的訓練時間。

  • Everyone wins the citizens win the police win.

    大家贏了市民贏了警察贏了。

  • So again, I appreciate the question s g and again, I'm here to answer hard questions.

    所以,我再次感謝你的提問,我也是來回答困難問題的。

  • So ask the hard questions and that's what we're here to do for mhm.

    所以要問一些難回答的問題 這就是我們來這裡的目的

  • Mhm, mhm.

    嗯,嗯。

I want to talk about how we can rebuild London in 2021.

我想談談我們如何在2021年重建倫敦。

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這就是我們重建倫敦的方式|偉大的慶祝活動將把人們帶回倫敦--布萊恩-羅斯。 (THIS IS HOW WE REBUILD LONDON | The Great Celebration Will Bring People Back to London - Brian Rose)

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