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  • all right, Brian.

  • Hope as well.

  • I'm 16 from whole worried about a lot of the things, but hopefully we're out soon.

  • If I was in London, I give you my vote.

  • Thank you so much.

  • Cameron.

  • I appreciate you.

  • I got airborne Sean on instagram and says, Brian, we need to get out of this lockdown.

  • We need to support small businesses in London, especially gyms.

  • And I agree with you.

  • One of my key policies is get London back to work.

  • We need a road map out of this.

  • Our politicians are not providing that to us right now.

  • It's still more fear.

  • We have not seen any concrete steps for our entrepreneurs and businesses to come out of lockdown.

  • Why?

  • Why?

  • Boris Johnson?

  • Why, Mr Mayor, have you not told our businesses when they can get back up and working?

  • This is crucial to our capital.

  • Coming back as well.

  • Got some comments from our website.

  • And by the way, you can go to Brian for mayor dot London and leave a comment right now for me, and I'll read it out on these.

  • I got Adam Hilly from hovering.

  • Thank you, Adam.

  • We were neighboring.

  • Just a week or so ago.

  • Uh, says quote, I hope you are okay over the police heavy handed behavior recently, will you reverse police station closures that have occurred during the Johnson and conned administrations?

  • Uh, we need to end all of the lockdowns and restrictions.

  • So, Adam, it's a great question.

  • And again, I've been speaking recently with senior members in the Metropolitan Police, and they've all told me pretty much the same thing.

  • They said, Brian, we need more police on the streets.

  • We need better trained police, and I agree with that.

  • And that's my plan is the next mayor of London.

  • But we also need more solutions.

  • We need to, uh, cut out the red tape for police.

  • We need to digitize the police, which will mean that they can be more effective.

  • But we also need to go ahead and invest in the community centers, and I have the way to pay for it.

  • You know, a lot of people talk about these things.

  • I have ways to pay for all of my policies.

  • And I'm gonna talk about that in the last part of my broadcast today.

  • So thank you so much for that I got Sandra Dorky from Hackney.

  • We probably just drove right by Sarah.

  • Um, Sandra?

  • She says the website.

  • What reason did the police say you had not compiled or complied with campaigning?

  • This cannot be lawful.

  • And it's a great question, Sandra, you know, they said you're canvassing.

  • We weren't canvassing.

  • I was literally walking down the street alone, uh, talking to a camera.

  • My bus was covid secure.

  • And so this was clearly a political move.

  • They told us they had been watching us for 48 hours.

  • They had been on our website.

  • They had been watching my videos.

  • Um and then they came that day to shut us down.

  • Strangely enough, we were back out on the road the next day with a five page legal letter, and we have continued ever since.

  • So this was clearly political.

  • They thought they could intimidate us, but, you know, they picked the wrong person to try to intimidate we.

  • We don't scare easy.

  • We believe in democracy.

  • We believe in our ideas.

  • And our legal team proved that to be true.

  • And we've been out here campaigning ever since then for 27 days.

  • So thank you.

  • So much I got John Jenkins on the website says, Hey, Brian, are you and your team coming to Barnett?

  • Uh, I would love to meet you in High Barnet.

  • I'm a good friend of Tim Sheaf who have had on the show.

  • Yes, we know Tim best wishes for the campaign and look forward to becoming our next mayor of London.

  • Peace and love, Johnny.

  • Thank you, Johnny.

  • Yes, We were actually in Barnet about two weeks ago.

  • We were also in Barnet this week and I'm coming back to Barnett.

  • The truth is, the bus is just gonna keep on going.

  • So I'd love to meet with you.

  • And, uh, John's referring to Tim.

  • Tim is one of 1000 guests I've had on my show.

  • London Real.

  • And if you don't know it, just type in London, real to YouTube, and you'll see me having long form conversations that we broadcast for free with over 1000 incredible people all around the world.

  • Um and we do it because this is our way of of serving the community and helping people get to their lives to the next level.

  • Whether it comes to their businesses, their emotions and mental health, their physical health.

  • And that's what we plan on doing.

  • Is the next mayor of London as well.

  • So thank you, Johnny.

  • Appreciate that.

  • A couple more comments and I want to talk about, uh, knife crime.

  • Um, I've got black letter barrister on Instagram says, How can we make London more accessible?

  • It's so hard for anyone to drive through London anymore, and it's a great point that you make.

  • I was in Ealing about two weeks ago, and basically it felt like the entire community came out on the street and, you know, in a socially distance way were yelling at me, saying, Brian, these low traffic neighborhoods are killing our neighborhood, quite literally, killing it.

  • They say ambulances can't get access to save lives.

  • They say there's no traffic and businesses are going bankrupt.

  • They say.

  • One of the men said, I can't visit my family because of these barricades.

  • I'm getting fined just to try to drive through this neighborhood.

  • And guess what?

  • I'm actually driving more miles.

  • Emissions are up at the same time.

  • And so we've looked what the mayor has done.

  • He's increase your congestion charge.

  • He's extended it.

  • He's putting these L.

  • Tnn's.

  • He's raising millions of pounds from Burrows in a time of economic recession in order to pay for his bankrupt transportation system.

  • I think that's totally unacceptable.

  • And a gentleman named Mark and healing, Um and uh, you probably see a video of him soon was he was visibly agitated and for good reason.

  • And again, as I told Mark in the beginning of this video, I said, Mark, I'm actually I haven't been elected mayor yet, so I can't solve these problems yet, but I know how to solve these problems And he said, Brian, I know I said, I appreciate you trying to solve these problems, but I'm so angry because no one is listening to us and these things affect my life every single day.

  • And so he was right to be upset, and I appreciate him talking to me that day, and it meant a lot to me.

  • So, yes, we've got to get London moving, and it means getting rid of this ridiculous street space scheme the mayor came up with.

  • It was just ruled illegal in the high court, saying that he rushed it through during the pandemic.

  • And yet he's appealing this, and in the meantime, handicapped people can't even get picked up by taxi cab drivers on Bishop's Gate.

  • It's all ridiculous, and we appreciate all your frustrations.

  • A couple other points I got Dom Dom Lynch on, Instagram says.

  • What do you feel about Sadiq saying The election is a two horse race between Labour and Tory?

  • That's very funny, Don, that you saw that.

  • And so recently, the current mayor said.

  • There's only two candidates in this race him.

  • And guess what?

  • The other major party right?

  • And it's very funny because clearly, if you go to every single bookmaker in London, and if you have for the past two months, we are clearly the seconds candidate for every single betting odds maker there is.

  • We've also been out there talking about our policies forever and literally.

  • You know, you can see us everywhere.

  • So for the mayor to say that statement, I think it tells us exactly what he's thinking, which is this.

  • His plan is to prohibit us from campaigning, and we saw that happen.

  • When the police arrested me, we saw this happen with these rules that favor the big parties and punish the little guy.

  • And so it's funny when he says that, because that's probably why he's also running away from the debate with me as well, because he knows that we can beat him.

  • And he still doesn't see what I see when I see your comments here when I see you on the streets when I see your support.

  • So the mayor is up for a very serious upset on May 6, and I appreciate you seeing that.

  • Tom, This is a two horse race, two horse race.

  • It's between us and con.

  • I think it favors us right now, and we're gonna see what happens on May 6.

  • So thank you for that.

  • Um, we got Karen Roberts on.

  • How are you addressing crime in London.

  • I want to talk about that shortly.

  • I've got Kathy loves horses and paint on Instagram says yes.

  • We need you to invest in youth clubs.

  • My local tennis club is gone, and we will be doing that.

  • And I've got I any double 07 on YouTube says thank you for supporting the youth and community, and I'll be talking about that shortly.

  • I appreciate you and free spirits on Instagram says you would be the perfect mayor for London.

  • Mm hmm.

all right, Brian.

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