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  • on May 6, you're gonna get a choice.

  • And if you don't exercise that right, then you are complicit in whatever leader stays.

  • And maybe you're gonna get three more years of this.

  • And if that's true, if you decide not to vote or if you decide to vote for someone else you are responsible for these lock down measures for three more years.

  • You are responsible for the lives lost.

  • You are responsible for the mental health crisis.

  • You are responsible for the unemployment, for the evictions, for everything.

  • Yeah, I mean that seriously.

  • So take five minutes.

  • Go to vote first dot London and register to vote.

  • And when you get that in the mail, go to your calendar and Markoff May 6, pick a time of the day.

  • Could be in the morning at eight.

  • Could be in the evening and go and vote.

  • Go and vote.

  • That's so so very important.

  • Right now I want to finish and talk about my solution because again, I hate people that complain.

  • I only want to talk to people that offers solutions.

  • So I've told you the problems.

  • I've told you the shortcomings.

  • Now I have a solution for you And that is this.

  • On May 6, I plan on becoming your next mayor off London.

  • I can only do this with your help.

  • It's going to be a very difficult battle.

  • This current incumbent mayor is stuck in.

  • He's dug in.

  • He's got a party with hundreds of years behind him.

  • He's got infrastructure.

  • He's got millions of pounds in financing and they know that you're gonna vote for the same part of your parents voted.

  • And for your grand parents, they know that they're not even trying to get your vote.

  • Have you seen him out there talking to people in the public?

  • No.

  • Have you seen him with detailed policies of how he's gonna fix this city?

  • Have you seen him say anything about locked down except fearmongering and scaring you?

  • That's all he does because he knows he has your vote.

  • He knows you're gonna vote for him.

  • So why should he try?

  • He's thinking, What am I going to do in 2020 for?

  • That's what he's thinking now.

  • But if that's not acceptable to you, then you have to be proactive and change it.

  • You have to share this message, maybe volunteer for us register to vote.

  • Tell your friends and family about this.

  • Explain to them why we need to change.

  • And that's what I plan on doing.

  • My very most important policy is this getting London back toe work.

  • That's what I'm going to start doing on May 7th and it means this.

  • It means we must stimulate.

  • And this is all on my website, by the way, key sectors right here in London, such as arts, the hospitality and I want to encourage the safe return off office workers.

  • This means in the city where I used to work at our major financial institutions.

  • I want to also implement science based protocols citywide to safely get people back, toe, London toe work, shop and visit.

  • Even our own domestic tourism from people around the UK could kick start the London based economy.

  • Forget about international.

  • Just the London.

  • The UK based travel could give ourselves a massive boost.

  • And yet what is our current mayor does?

  • He uses scare tactics to keep people out of our city.

  • It's criminal.

  • As an entrepreneur, I understand the struggles faced by small and medium sized businesses, which, by the way, make up 98% of the small and medium enterprises.

  • This small businesses do as well.

  • And I understand that our current mayor of London never run a business in his life.

  • Right?

  • Let's be honest.

  • You know, he's a lawyer, right?

  • He speaks legalese and pushes, you know, passes the buck.

  • That's what he does.

  • He doesn't understand.

  • It is challenging to be an entrepreneur.

  • He doesn't understand that entrepreneurs need to be supported to create jobs and to create economic activity.

  • So I'm gonna prioritize that and make sure that we improve the commercial landscape in every aspect of our city and for the nine million inhabitants.

  • And again, I want to talk about my key policies.

  • First of all, I'm gonna create a six month post locked down congestion charge holiday.

  • I'm gonna remove this massive tax of the congestion, charge the keys people from coming into London and spending.

  • Do I want more cars in London?

  • No, but I realized that in the short term, we've got a kick start our businesses, so bring in as many people as we can to the city on.

  • Let's get these businesses off.

  • Life support and back in business.

  • That's what I want first.

  • Later.

  • I have intelligent plans to phase out those cars and bring in the green initiatives.

  • Next thing I wanna dio is create a six month post locked down business rates holiday by removing business rates across the board.

  • For small and medium sized enterprises in London, that means cut the taxes.

  • You cannot revive a business and pay taxes at the same time.

  • Any basic economics professor will tell you that, and I will tell you that, too.

  • Next, I want to stimulate key sectors with expanded financial packages.

  • Specifically restaurants, cafes, nightclubs, retail in the hotel sector, they must be stimulated.

  • Next.

  • I want to encourage the return of office workers to the world's financial capital by working with the top global financial services brands.

  • These air cos I used to work for in the city.

  • I want to meet with the CEOs and I wanna meet face to face with them and say, What's it gonna take to safely get back 25% of your employees, the healthy ones, the ones that are younger, the ones that we can safely get back in the city?

  • What's it gonna take?

  • Let's make it happen now that's what I mean by innovation.

  • What is our current mayor of London?

  • Do throws his hands up.

  • Panic, fear and death.

  • He has no, he has no solutions.

  • Next thing I want to do is I want to implement new science space protocols for retail establishments to deal with Kovar 19 Responsibly and stay in business.

  • Let's be honest.

  • The hospitality sector is only responsible for 3% of Kobe transmissions.

  • 3%.

  • Why?

  • Because they know how to keep things clean and safe.

  • It's their business.

  • They deal with food for a living.

  • They have followed all the protocols.

  • Let's get them back to business.

  • Very, very important.

  • Next, I want to safely open up our theaters.

  • Museums are concert arenas in our stadiums.

  • That's how we get people back in London and back toe work.

  • We can do it safely.

  • I know we can, but we just need leadership.

  • Next, I want to promote outdoor seating and the use of street parking spaces for all retail and hospitality and businesses in London, free of charge from the local councils.

  • For six months, I went out to one of these businesses called caffeine at In Fits Roe V a months ago, and I met with Peter Door Smith, the founder of that coffee shop chain, and I spoke to him and he said, Brian, look at these seats out on the street and he had set up 12 seats in the street.

  • He said The council is trying to charge me something like £1000 for each one of these.

  • He said, This is ridiculous.

  • I can't make money.

  • I'm barely trying to stay in business and employed 25 people.

  • Peter, I would give you those spaces for free, and I would give all of the retail and hospitality businesses those spaces to promote the economy.

  • It sounds like a small thing.

  • It's a massive thing, and it shows The government supports businesses, and finally, I'm going to state the obvious.

  • But again, these days, the obvious seems to be innovative.

  • I'm going to get our Children back to school safely.

  • This is gonna promote all the businesses around the schools.

  • This is gonna allow parents to get back to work.

  • This is gonna allow teachers to get back to work.

  • It's ridiculous and unacceptable what we're doing right now by not having our Children in schools.

  • We all know it.

  • Let's get our Children back to school.

  • And so those are my plans.

  • I want to prioritize commerce and trade.

  • I want to reinvigorate this city and make it a world class place to live and to visit and toe work.

  • We know that when you strengthen the economy, all things are strengthened, including revenues that pay for the TfL, including mental health.

  • Because people have something to do, including people's savings, they go up.

  • Everything strengthens when you strengthen the economy.

  • And I wanna work with experts from the scientific and the business communities.

  • And I am confident that we can accomplish this mission to get London back toe work.

  • But it doesn't stop there.

  • I have 11 other detailed policies that you can watch with videos, right?

  • All on my website.

  • Brian for mayor dot London.

  • No other candidate for mayor has even outlined their policies.

  • Why?

  • Well, there's only one that matters, and he already assumes he has your vote.

  • Why should he bother working?

  • He's making plans for 2024.

  • I have detailed policies and I'm working with key members of this community, high level members on how we can implement those policies.

  • And I'll be honest with you.

  • I've been shocked by the number of high level people that contact me and say, Brian, I want to help.

  • I wanna help.

  • Thes are leaders in the industry that say I just wanna help because I have never heard a politician that wants to implement the best idea and wants to do the best for London and Aiken Seeinyou Brian that you care about the people and you wanna help my house.

  • My my wife, Stop my wife.

on May 6, you're gonna get a choice.

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GETTING LONDON BACK TO WORK: This Is My Plan On How We Get London Back To Work - Brian Rose

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