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  • Villa Villa villa on Instagram saying I'm I am 31 years old and I've never voted Brian, you will get my first ever vote hashtag Brian from here.

    墅墅在Instagram上說我我31歲了,我從來沒有投過布萊恩,你會從這裡得到我第一次投票的標籤布萊恩。

  • Thank you so much, sir.

    非常感謝你,先生。

  • I appreciate that.

    我很感激

  • Um, again, go right now to Brian from there dot London forward slash postal Lock that vote in right now.

    嗯,再一次,現在去布萊恩從那裡點倫敦前進斜線郵政鎖定投票現在。

  • Seriously, do it right now.

    說真的,現在就去做。

  • If you will not register to vote, go to vote first at London, you can register in five minutes and let's make this happen on May 6.

    如果你不會登記投票,先去倫敦投票,你可以在五分鐘內登記,讓我們在5月6日實現這個目標。

  • Thank you very much.

    非常感謝你。

  • I got Lucas on Instagram saying, Brian, what do you feel gives you an edge over any other candidate?

    我在Instagram上找到Lucas說,Brian,你覺得你比其他候選人有什麼優勢?

  • Honestly, it's the transparency.

    說實話,就是透明度。

  • It's the fact that I'm willing to have these discussions with you right now.

    是我現在願意和你進行這些討論。

  • It's the fact that I don't run and I don't hide when one of the citizens approaches me of London and tells me their problems and concerns, and I'll be honest with you.

    就是我不跑,也不躲,當一個倫敦的市民找我,告訴我他們的問題和顧慮時,我會跟你說實話。

  • It wasn't very pleasant being on the other side of Adam and feeling being so angry.

    在亞當的另一邊,感覺被人這麼一氣,不是很愉快。

  • It was an uncomfortable experience, and I could have easily run and hide and got back on my bus.

    那是一次不舒服的經歷,我可以很容易地逃跑和躲藏,然後回到我的公車上。

  • But I was in the moment and I thought, You know what?

    但我當時就在想,你知道嗎?

  • This is why being the mayor of London is a challenging job because it's my job to listen.

    這就是為什麼作為倫敦市長是一項具有挑戰性的工作,因為我的工作是傾聽。

  • It's my job to hear the anger and frustration of every single citizen and then do something about it.

    我的工作就是傾聽每一個公民的憤怒和沮喪,然後做點什麼。

  • And so I sat there and I listened without him.

    於是我就坐在那裡,沒有他,我就聽著。

  • Even though I wasn't the cause of his frustration, I could be the solution of his frustration.

    雖然我不是他沮喪的原因,但我可以成為他沮喪的解決方案。

  • On May 6, I plan on being the solution, and so that's what makes me different than anybody else.

    5月6日,我打算做解決方案,所以這就是我和別人不一樣的地方。

  • I'm willing to listen.

    我願意聽。

  • I'm willing to engage with anyone on the streets.

    我願意和街上的任何人接觸。

  • I'm willing to engage with you digitally and I'm willing to be honest and transparent.

    我願意和你進行數字化的交流,我願意誠實透明。

  • Honestly, in addition to that, we've got the best ideas out there because I've taken ideas from both sides, both sides of the aisle.

    老實說,除此之外,我們還有最好的想法,因為我從兩邊、兩邊的人那裡都得到了想法。

  • I've taken ideas whether you're from Labour or conservative or Lib Dems.

    不管你是工黨還是保守黨還是自民黨的,我都接受了你的想法。

  • The best idea wins, and that's why people from all parties are helping me behind the scenes policies for Let me take a couple more questions and I want to get back to my final piece.

    最好的想法贏了,這也是為什麼各方面的人都在幕後幫我制定政策,讓我多問幾個問題,我想回到我的最後一塊。

  • I got Joe Simon on, Instagram says Brian.

    我得到了喬-西蒙,Instagram上說布萊恩。

  • I hope you keep making these dreams when you win.

    我希望你贏了之後,繼續做這些夢。

  • Yes, I will.

    是的,我會的。

  • We're gonna keep streaming from City Hall.

    我們會繼續在市政廳進行直播。

  • We're gonna keep it real.

    我們要保持真實。

  • We're gonna keep engaging with you.

    我們會繼續與你接觸。

  • That's the only way we can do this.

    這是我們唯一能做到的辦法。

  • And we're gonna do this together.

    我們要一起做這件事。

  • This is not Brian's job.

    這不是布萊恩的工作。

  • This is all of our job as Londoners to take London to the next level.

    作為倫敦人,這都是我們的工作,讓倫敦更上一層樓。

  • And it's not gonna be easy.

    而且這不是一件容易的事

  • It's gonna require sacrifices and hard work from all of us.

    這需要我們大家的犧牲和努力工作。

  • I'm not gonna sugarcoat it.

    我不會用糖衣炮彈來掩飾。

  • It is.

    它是。

  • But I believe when we put all of our lines together and we sacrifice, we can make London the best city in the world.

    但我相信,當我們把所有的行頭放在一起,我們做出犧牲,就能讓倫敦成為世界上最好的城市。

  • I'm confident we can do that.

    我相信我們可以做到這一點。

  • I've got policy on YouTube, said Brian from there is a no brainer.

    我在YouTube上有政策,從那裡布萊恩說是一個不折不扣的。

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你了

  • And, uh, I've got, uh, served from protect on.

    而且,呃,我已經得到了,呃,從保護上服務。

  • Instagram says I will move back to the UK just to vote for you.

    Instagram說,我將搬回英國,只為投你一票。

  • Greetings and good luck from Germany.

    來自德國的問候和好運。

  • Thank you, sir.

    謝謝你,先生。

  • I appreciate that.

    我很感激

  • Let me finish with my final point.

    最後讓我講講我的最後一點。

  • And my final point is this.

    我的最後一點是:

  • I know how to rebuild London.

    我知道如何重建倫敦

  • And the reason I know how to rebuild London is because I have 30 years of experience in business now.

    而我之所以知道如何重建倫敦,是因為我現在有30年的商業經驗。

  • We've recently seen our Prime minister, Boris Johnson, give us a few dates and the last time I checked.

    我們最近看到我們的首相鮑里斯-約翰遜給我們幾個日期,最後一次我檢查。

  • It's March 8, when schools are going back.

    現在是3月8日,學校要回去了。

  • My daughter is going back to school on Monday.

    我女兒週一就要回學校了。

  • He's given us a date of April 12th when I can go back to the gym.

    他給了我們一個日期4月12日 當我可以回到健身房。

  • Thank you for that.

    謝謝你

  • He's given us a date of May 17th when, uh, hospitality venues can open and a couple of the dates behind that of when other things can open.

    他給了我們一個5月17日的日期,嗯,接待場所可以開放,後面還有幾個日期,其他東西可以開放。

  • That's not how we rebuild the economy.

    這不是我們重建經濟的方式。

  • Those are some dates when people can get back to work.

    這些都是一些日期,當人們可以恢復工作。

  • Let me be very clear.

    讓我說得很清楚。

  • These are two different things.

    這是兩碼事。

  • One is some dates when you can get back to work.

    一個是一些日期,當你可以恢復工作。

  • The other is a person in charge that has a proactive view of how we can rebuild our economy from its worst levels in over 300 years.

    另一位負責人則是積極主動地看待如何將我們的經濟從300多年來最糟糕的水準重建起來。

  • And to do that, we need a business person in charge.

    而要做到這一點,我們需要一個業務負責人。

  • We need someone who can innovate.

    我們需要一個能創新的人。

  • We need someone who likes business, who understands business and can work with business.

    我們需要一個喜歡業務、懂業務、會業務的人。

  • I'm talking about someone like me who can empower our hospitality sector to get back to work safely and quickly.

    我說的是像我這樣的人,能讓我們的酒店業安全、快速地恢復工作。

  • I'm talking about someone like me who can get our theaters back.

    我說的是像我這樣的人,能把我們的影院找回來。

  • I know John Graham from the theaters Trust.

    我認識約翰-格雷厄姆,來自劇院信託基金。

  • I want to empower you, John, to get our culture back right away because that's gonna bring people back in the city that are going to support our hospitality venues.

    我想賦予你權力,約翰,讓我們的文化馬上回來,因為這會讓人們回到這個城市,支持我們的接待場所。

  • I want to encourage people like the big bus company who I had on my show here, to empower them to get tourists again open air buses safely back on this city.

    我想鼓勵像我在這裡的節目中的大巴公司這樣的人,讓他們有能力讓遊客再露天巴士上安全地回到這個城市。

  • I want to empower people in finance to get their workers back in their office safely.

    我想讓金融界的人有能力讓他們的工人安全回到辦公室。

  • I want to empower innovation in the technology sector.

    我想為科技領域的創新賦能。

  • I want to pull people back into London.

    我想把人們拉回倫敦。

  • But to do this we need a mayor that's going to be proactive.

    但要做到這一點,我們需要一個積極主動的市長。

  • And we need someone who can tell the world that London is open for business and that's going to take a very special type of person.

    我們需要有人能告訴世界倫敦是開放的,而這需要一個非常特殊的人。

  • And we get this right.

    而我們得到這個權利。

  • London will be what I'm calling quote unquote the center of the world.

    倫敦將是我所說的引用不引用的世界中心。

  • That means it will lead Europe as a center of excellence.

    這意味著它將作為一個卓越的中心引領歐洲。

  • And I think we're gonna be primed to become a key force in the world.

    我認為我們會成為世界上的主要力量。

  • Post covid.

    崗位職責:

  • I think this is the greatest opportunity we've ever had as a city, and I know that's hard to believe.

    我認為這是我們這個城市有史以來最大的機會,我知道這很難相信。

  • We're coming.

    我們來了

  • We're coming off a very difficult year.

    我們正從一個非常困難的一年中走出來。

  • I know a lot of people are stressed.

    我知道很多人都有壓力。

  • A lot of people don't have jobs.

    很多人都沒有工作。

  • A lot of people are struggling with their savings.

    很多人都在為自己的存款而苦惱。

  • But I believe if we're proactive here with the right mayor in charge, that is pro business, we can kick start this economy and honestly take London in a new direction.

    但我相信,如果我們積極主動,由合適的市長負責,支持商業,我們可以啟動經濟,並誠實地將倫敦帶入一個新的方向。

  • We're at a fork in the road.

    我們在一個岔路口。

  • That's one option, Brian for mayor.

    這也是一個選擇,布萊恩競選市長。

  • The second option is this.

    第二種方案是這樣的。

  • Three more years of city con, three more years of a man who runs and hides That is your option on May 6.

    再過三年城管,再過三年,一個人跑了又跑,躲了又躲,這是你5月6日的選擇。

  • And if we get this wrong, I think we're looking at some of the toughest austerity measures this city has ever seen.

    如果我們弄錯了,我想我們要面對的是這個城市有史以來最嚴厲的緊縮措施。

  • Under that mayor, I see tax rises even more than what we've already seen.

    在這位市長的上司下,我看到稅收的增長甚至比我們已經看到的還要多。

  • And again, he's already shown his cards.

    而且,他又已經亮出了自己的底牌。

  • 10% increase in council taxes.

    增加10%的議會稅。

  • Increasing congestion charge extension of congestion charge Extension of the Eula Zone.

    增加擁堵費 延長擁堵費 延長烏拉區。

  • Lt n charges all hurting workers and all hurting low income families.

    Lt n向所有受傷的工人和所有受傷的低收入家庭收費。

  • This is your choice right now.

    這是你現在的選擇。

  • Londoners.

    倫敦人。

  • You can get prosperity or austerity.

    你可以得到繁榮,也可以得到緊縮。

  • That's your choice.

    這是你的選擇。

  • And it all comes down to who you vote for on May 6.

    而這一切都取決於你在5月6日投給誰。

  • And again, let me be clear.

    再說一遍,讓我說清楚。

  • We cannot tax our way out of this problem.

    我們不能用稅收的方式來解決這個問題。

  • That's what the current mayor is trying to sell you.

    這就是現任市長想賣給你的東西。

  • We need to be proactive.

    我們需要主動出擊。

  • We need to support people specifically in places like hospitality and culture.

    我們要在接待、文化等地方專門扶持人。

  • And that's why I propose this post lockdown, which should be around mid or the end of May that we have a congestion charge.

    這也是為什麼我提出這個鎖車後,應該是在5月中旬或5月底左右,我們有一個擁堵費。

  • Holiday congestion charge down to zero until the end of 2021.

    節假日擁堵費降為零,直至2021年底。

  • Also, I want a business rates holiday down to zero until the end of 2021.

    另外,我希望營業稅假期降為零,直到2021年底。

  • This will increase footfall and traffic flow into the center of London and get as many people in this city as possible to rebuild our businesses that are hanging by a thread as we speak.

    這將增加倫敦市中心的人流和車流,讓儘可能多的人來到這個城市,重建我們的企業,而這些企業在我們說話的時候,正岌岌可危。

  • This is a pro business move.

    這是一個親商之舉。

  • If we do this right, we will have plenty of tax revenues later because we have kick started business.

    如果我們做得好的話,以後就會有很多稅收,因為我們已經開始做生意了。

  • But one thing you can't do as my grandma used to say is, I think she said, squeeze blood from a turn up.

    但有一件事你不能做,就像我奶奶常說的那樣,我想她說的是,從轉起來擠血。

  • If there is no economy, how can you attacks nothing.

    如果沒有經濟,你怎麼能攻擊什麼。

  • How can you tax nothing?

    你怎麼能不徵稅呢?

  • And that's what the mayor is trying to do.

    而這也是市長想要做的。

  • He is trying to impose taxes that are actually going to kill off any chances of recovery.

    他試圖徵收實際上會扼殺任何復甦機會的稅收。

Villa Villa villa on Instagram saying I'm I am 31 years old and I've never voted Brian, you will get my first ever vote hashtag Brian from here.

墅墅在Instagram上說我我31歲了,我從來沒有投過布萊恩,你會從這裡得到我第一次投票的標籤布萊恩。

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