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  • all right.

  • I'm in the back of a black cab here and I'm just asking this travel.

  • What's your name?

  • Steve.

  • Asking Steve why there's so much congestion in London and why it's a struggle for him.

  • Thio get his revenues back to what they were last year, and we're looking at these social distancing pieces, so they're trying to extend the sidewalks to give more people the walk.

  • But there's nobody on the sidewalks, and that makes you makes your job harder to dio.

  • Is that right?

  • Yeah, and that means they're closing streets down streets that listen of not at the flower boxes.

  • Well, when I put the they brought about the streets off little, where is that?

  • They're trying to make them My arms cut, Kobe secures.

  • They put flower pots in robes, so even if a foreign, you have to get down that road down there.

  • People are kind of one more round trip to come back at the other side, right?

  • So it's like someone had a policy idea.

  • They went and did it, but they're not watching it or seeing if it's practical and it's actually hurting business and hurting transport, which hurts the economy more.

  • Wow, What would you do right now?

  • If you could just jump in the mayor's office and make some changes?

  • How would you do it to get more Londoners back toe work?

  • I'm they don't come back to the office.

  • Is that not to come back to the office is a month e.

  • I've not seen one in the view of the mayor of London asking people to come back to work.

  • He's just just blaming every It's always someone else's fault.

  • He needs that he needs Thio.

  • Entice people back to work, get the place going again, get the PEPFAR.

  • He's going exactly e mean that zall I see City doing.

  • He always seems to complain about something that you know Boris isn't doing.

  • It's always someone else's fault.

  • But where is he on the front line saying, Hey, let's get London back toe work.

  • Let's encourage these businesses in the city to get workers back here.

  • It always just seems he's sanitizing his hands and telling you not to do something.

  • It's frustrating, right?

  • Yeah, Definitely what he wants todo ribbon somewhere you don't you don't wanna be.

  • Yeah, he's probably things way.

  • Need some leadership and I mean, look, you have more business experience than he does.

  • It's true, though.

  • I mean, you've run a business, you understand?

  • You know what it takes to do that.

  • But he hasn't run a business for him.

  • It's just, you know, let's throw some money at the problem.

  • Let's do a regulation.

  • Let's ask for more handouts.

  • But unless the city gets back to work, everybody loses, Right?

  • Yeah, that's just that's just gonna be an ongoing circle.

  • He's gonna come back, Thio back to Government.

  • You're not going ask for more money for the troops because no one's back to work.

  • Then what happens in January?

  • Does he do it again?

  • Just keep going.

  • Just keep boring.

  • Boring, boring.

  • Not solving.

  • The problem was, just pushed it down around.

  • Yeah, I couldn't agree with you more.

  • I just spent the morning speaking with a guy that owns some wine bars and just trying to figure out how to get his business back.

  • Um, and he said the same thing.

  • He said We need to get the workers back in the city that, you know, Ah, lot of people can come back to work.

  • I think they're just scared.

  • Um, but we know we can do it safely, but there's nobody talking about that, right?

  • Listen, specific servants and they lead by example.

  • Government asked, Is it e don't really wanna come back of a unity form.

  • Money aside placed in the marathon that they should be on Africa coming back to work.

  • He should be shine people Looks like thes paper.

  • These offices should be coming up back to work.

  • TfL should be just something it works under a cycle place that I'll tell you.

  • Start.

  • Yeah, I know.

  • It's It's the opposite message.

  • He keeps giving it Z.

  • Yeah, it bothers my mind.

  • And again, you said the big thing, they're lead by example.

  • That's what we're not seeing.

  • We're not seeing any leadership, and, uh and then it's gonna be like you said He's gonna complain in three months.

  • Ask for more money, ask more money because this city isn't working this decision thousands of years, you know, particularly people this time also flights and yeah, great fires.

  • Yeah, striking because it Yeah, I think it's a great point you just made.

  • Made it through the Great Fire of 16.

  • 66.

  • Made it through plagues in the 13 hundreds.

  • They made it through because it got back toe work.

  • Right?

  • And got on with e.

  • Couldn't agree with you more?

  • Um, no, I appreciate you.

  • Thanks for the thoughts there on.

  • Thanks for doing what you dio.

  • I mean, I'm telling you, black cabbies, you guys see everything.

  • You see everything, right?

  • You can see who's out there who's not there.

  • Who's spending who's not spending.

  • You guys always have your pulse on what's going on, so I appreciate your thoughts, all right?

all right.

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“What Would YOU Do As Mayor?” Let’s Get London Back To Work ?????

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/09/10
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