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  • so the impact of the mayor's broken promises are three things.

  • First of all, we've seen a dramatic increase in youth crime.

  • Second of all, we've seen higher youth unemployment, and finally, we've seen a mental health crisis for your for our Children.

  • I have a 16 year old at home.

  • I've got boys that are home three and four years old.

  • I left him this morning playing Legos with their mom, and I don't want them to grow up with a mental health crisis.

  • And yet look at what's going on in the world right now.

  • There's no road map out of this lockdown.

  • They can't go to school.

  • How can you ask a child to go to school through a zoom call in a screen and not expect that to affect their mental health?

  • This is a real crisis.

  • It's having long term ramifications, and every single day we accept our current leaders.

  • Ideas and solutions is a day that hurts our Children.

  • It hurts our livelihoods, and it hurts our future, and I want to look in to some of the things that happened with your mayor.

  • I spoke about this before, but I feel it's important I want to speak about it again.

  • Youth crime is up with a shocking rise in knife crime.

  • For every single year the mayor has been in office.

  • Look at the statistics.

  • I've already published an entire hour episode on this called Real Deal on my YouTube channel and on my website.

  • The current mayor just recorded his 1/100 teenage murder on his watch.

  • Just think about that 100 teenage murder.

  • Some of these are 14 years old.

  • It's unacceptable.

  • And we've heard the excuses, and all he seems to do is blame other people.

  • The youth offending rates have increased 10% in London from just 33% in 2006 to 43% currently.

  • That is double that of England and Wales, double that of England and Wales.

  • And between 2012 and 2017, the number of under 25 who were killed doubled.

  • It doubled, increasing year on year since 2014.

  • The numbers don't lie.

  • It's very easy to see when this mayor came into office because crime goes up, that's that's That's what the statistics show.

  • Last year, there were 135 killings in London, and 30% of those crimes in London were committed by young people involved.

  • Violence.

  • This is what we're teaching our Children to do under your current mayor, and I think this is unacceptable.

  • But it gets worth.

  • We see higher youth unemployment in the U.

  • K 602,000 young people were unemployed in the last quarter.

  • That's an increase of 53,000 from the previous quarter and an increase of 101,000 young people from the year before.

  • It's the highest level of youth unemployment in the past five years, and unemployment in London is now most prevalent amongst those aged 16 to 24.

  • These are not what we want these kids to be doing at these ages.

  • We can't have them unemployed at least a crime.

  • At least two problems.

  • It leads to mental health issues.

  • It's no longer acceptable, and this comes to my final point.

  • We are in a mental health crisis for our Children.

  • This cannot be ignored.

  • And and let me tell you some of the statistics mental health hospitalization admissions for young Children have increased by 68% in 10 years.

so the impact of the mayor's broken promises are three things.

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BROKEN PROMISES ?: The Impact These False Hopes By Our Mayor Have On London's Citizens - Brian Rose

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/03/05
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