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  • Yeah, you said it right there.

    是的,你就在那裡說。

  • I mean, first of all I work for 10 years in the city of London here in the financial center.

    我的意思是,首先我在倫敦市的金融中心這裡工作了10年。

  • It really is the engine of this city and somewhat the country, you know, it's responsible for a big chunk of GDP and a big chunk of tax receipts and all those people are now working from home.

    它真的是這個城市的引擎,而且在某種程度上是這個國家的引擎,你知道,它對國內生產總值的一大塊和稅收的一大塊負責,所有這些人現在都在家裡工作。

  • And again, I'm not, I'm not convinced the innovation happens when people are always working remotely as well.

    再說一遍,我不,我不相信當人們總是遠程工作時,創新也會發生。

  • And so it's also look at the cities and how safe they are.

    所以也要看城市,看它們的安全程度。

  • I mean, I lived in new york city for four years.

    我的意思是,我在紐約市住了四年。

  • I lived in California for most of my life.

    我一生中大部分時間都住在加利福尼亞。

  • I would never move back to either one of those places right now if I move back to the U.

    如果我現在搬回美國,我絕不會搬回這兩個地方中的任何一個。

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  • Which I won't be, but I wouldn't even consider it.

    我不會這樣做,但我甚至不會考慮。

  • And so I keep telling Londoners, we are poised to become the greatest city in the world.

    是以,我一直告訴倫敦人,我們準備成為世界上最偉大的城市。

  • And, and you know, that's a weird thing for maybe to say here and there like ah you're being a little american here.

    而且,你知道,那是一件奇怪的事情,也許在這裡和那裡說,就像啊,你在這裡有點美國人的感覺。

  • But I'm like, no, we are actually being serious because we actually haven't suffered from a lot of the issues you're seeing in America, we haven't seen the massive division, we haven't seen the attacks on the police here.

    但我想,不,我們實際上是認真的,因為我們實際上沒有遭受過你在美國看到的很多問題,我們沒有看到大規模的分裂,我們沒有看到這裡的警察受到攻擊。

  • You know, things are still doable.

    你知道,事情還是可以做的。

  • We have seen a shutdown in a lockdown, which I think again, there could have been much more innovation here Patrick, they just shut things down.

    我們已經看到了封鎖中的關閉,我再次認為,這裡本來可以有更多的創新,帕特里克,他們只是關閉了東西。

  • Leaders should innovate with here.

    領導人應在此基礎上進行創新。

  • All they have is a hammer.

    他們所擁有的只是一把錘子。

  • Everything looks like a nail.

    一切看起來都像釘子。

  • It was a binary decision on or off when I think we could have done much more, but I'm seeing a city that could emerge as a leader in europe right now with the second worst performing economy biggest recession in 300 years or a leader in the world.

    這是一個二選一的決定,當我認為我們可以做得更多的時候,但我看到一個城市可以成為歐洲的領導者,現在經濟表現第二差,300年來的最大衰退,或者是世界的領導者。

  • And like you said, look what we're competing with raising taxes in the US.

    而且就像你說的,看看我們在美國提高稅收的競爭情況。

  • It's just the last thing you can do that is good for business.

    這只是你能做的最後一件事,對業務有好處。

  • And so I'm telling Londoners, look what we could do to be proactive in rebuilding our city.

    是以,我告訴倫敦人,看看我們可以做些什麼來積極主動地重建我們的城市。

  • One of my big policies is do something called the Great Celebration in august, which is 31 days of street festivals.

    我的一個大政策是在8月做一個叫做 "大慶祝 "的活動,這是31天的街頭節日。

  • Music bears show to the world that London is back for business.

    音樂熊向世界表明,倫敦又回來了。

  • We put this period behind us and we're going to start investing in ourselves.

    我們把這個時期拋在腦後,我們要開始投資於自己。

  • I want to bring 20 million people safely to the city and just show everybody we're back and to show off what Britain, you know, used to lead the world in right everything we did well to remind everyone that we're still here.

    我想把兩千萬人安全地帶到這個城市,向大家展示我們回來了,展示英國,你知道,曾經引領世界的正確的一切,我們做得很好,提醒大家我們仍然在這裡。

  • And I was speaking with one of the most senior members of the Metropolitan Police and he said brian, you'll like this Patrick.

    我和大都會警察局的一位最資深的成員談話,他說布萊恩,你會喜歡這個帕特里克。

  • He said brian, do you know that most corporate ceos have their home office where they live and I was like yeah that's probably right, he said.

    他說,布萊恩,你知道嗎,大多數公司的首席執行官都把他們的家庭辦公室設在他們居住的地方,我想是的,這可能是正確的,他說。

  • So what do you what do they need in that city?

    那麼你在那個城市需要什麼呢?

  • They need a safe city and a good place for their kids and their schools.

    他們需要一個安全的城市,為他們的孩子和學校提供一個好地方。

  • He said that's one of the driving factors of 50 to 60% of the choices of the ceos.

    他說這是50%到60%的首席執行官選擇的驅動因素之一。

  • He said a safe city is so important, a place like Sao Paulo might not get people moving their whole global offices too.

    他說,一個安全的城市是如此重要,像聖保羅這樣的地方可能不會讓人們把整個全球辦公室也搬走。

  • So a safe city is good for long term business as well and we're suffering from knife crime.

    是以,一個安全的城市對長期的商業也是有好處的,而我們正遭受著刀具犯罪。

  • The last thing I would say in this journey is I've seen so many revenue streams pop out Whereas the two party system, I mean the current mayor 18 years, he's been a politician, just like the previous mayor before him.

    在這個旅程中,我想說的最後一件事是,我已經看到了這麼多的收入來源,在兩黨制的地方,我的意思是現任市長18年,他一直是一個政治家,就像他之前的市長一樣。

  • They just wanted, he wants to come prime minister, this is a career for him.

    他們只是想,他想來當總理,這是他的職業。

  • And so they're not thinking about the Citizens, they're thinking about their next job.

    是以,他們不是在考慮公民的問題,而是在考慮下一份工作。

  • I see what is right now a bankrupt transport for London, our, our tube network and bus network.

    我看到現在是一個破產的倫敦交通局,我們的,我們的地鐵網絡和公交網絡。

  • I see revenue streams everywhere there.

    我看到那裡到處都有收入來源。

  • Patrick, I see infrastructure levies for creating these masses commercial developments because of new tube lines.

    帕特里克,我看到因為新的管線,為創造這些大規模的商業發展而徵收基礎設施費。

  • I see retail, I see information there.

    我看到零售,我看到那裡的資訊。

  • Um, I see a way to build modular housing quickly, customize designed in a factory and built on site housing problems.

    嗯,我看到了一種快速建造模塊化住房的方法,在工廠中定製設計,在現場建造住房的問題。

  • Boom, I see ways to cut through.

    轟,我看到了切入的方法。

  • And the one thing the citizens of London say when I'm on the streets of them, but they say brian, we need an independent voice.

    而當我在他們的街道上時,倫敦市民說的一件事是,但他們說布萊恩,我們需要一個獨立的聲音。

  • We need someone to shake things up a little bit Because right now it feels like this this government's been in a time warp for 30 or 40 years.

    我們需要有人把事情搞清楚,因為現在感覺這個政府已經在時間隧道里呆了30或40年了。

  • So Yeah, that's the kind of vision I'm selling this city is that we could be on top, but we might only have a six or 12 month window until the other cities get kind of maybe back in the game, we'll see when it comes to competing with America.

    所以,這就是我推銷這個城市的願景,我們可以在上面,但我們可能只有6個月或12個月的時間,直到其他城市也許回到遊戲中,我們將看到當它涉及到與美國的競爭時。

  • But yeah, I've got some big ideas and again the knife crime here, it's it's almost shocking you wouldn't expect a city like London to be dealing with something like that were 9.5 million people.

    但是,是的,我有一些大的想法,而且這裡的持刀犯罪,這幾乎是令人震驚的,你不會想到像倫敦這樣的城市會處理這樣的事情,因為有950萬人口。

  • The mayor's budget is £18 billion.

    市長的預算是180億英鎊。

  • Like this is a big job, you know, you run the Metropolitan Police, the transport networks and you're the thought leader for business education and all that stuff.

    就像這是個大工作,你知道,你管理著大都會警察、交通網絡,你是商業教育和所有這些東西的思想領袖。

  • So yeah, you saw that manifesto.

    所以,是的,你看到了那個宣言。

  • Londoners care about jobs, transport, housing crime and so you know what's funny is that when people see my excitement and they see the fact that I don't have a party.

    倫敦人關心就業、交通、住房犯罪,所以你知道有趣的是,當人們看到我的興奮,他們看到我沒有聚會的事實。

  • I don't have any corporate donors.

    我沒有任何企業捐助者。

  • I'm paying for this all by myself Patrick, which on some in some senses is expensive.

    我自己支付這一切,帕特里克,這在某些意義上是昂貴的。

  • But in some ways I don't have to check with anybody about anything and I don't have some backroom deal that I have to worry about.

    但在某些方面,我不需要向任何人核實任何事情,我也沒有一些我必須擔心的幕後交易。

  • That Someone in Parliament told some, I don't care.

    議會中的那個人告訴一些人,我不在乎。

  • I just want to go in and do the best thing long term for my city.

    我只想進去,為我的城市長期做最好的事情。

  • Hopefully with like a 20-year horizon.

    希望能有像20年的視野。

  • I had a zoom call the other night with a bunch of my advisors and I said, I said, I said, guess what if we do our job right?

    有一天晚上,我和我的一群顧問進行了一次放大電話,我說,我說,我說,如果我們的工作做得很好,你猜會怎麼樣?

  • Some other mayor is going to take credit for our work.

    其他一些市長會搶走我們的功勞。

  • I said, is everybody okay with that?

    我說,大家都能接受嗎?

  • And they all said yes.

    而他們都說好。

  • So I was like, I must be working with the right team.

    所以我當時想,我一定是在和正確的團隊合作。

  • So you know, that's where we're coming from again.

    所以你知道,這又是我們的出發點。

  • I think everyone's a little surprised.

    我想每個人都有點驚訝。

  • We also put some videos out there.

    我們還在外面放了一些視頻。

  • I call them informative videos, but they really go hard after the mayor record on knife crime housing.

    我稱它們為信息性視頻,但它們真的是在市長關於刀具犯罪住房的記錄後狠下心來。

  • And I just don't think anyone's seen our video digital capabilities either.

    我只是認為也沒有人看到我們的視頻數字能力。

  • So it's been an interesting experience.

    是以,這是一個有趣的經歷。

  • Mhm.

    嗯。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

Yeah, you said it right there.

是的,你就在那裡說。

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