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  • we're visiting Enfield like I said, we already been here twice.

  • Big love for Enfield.

  • That's the home of the lee Valley White Water Center, an incredible £31 million whitewater slalom center.

  • It was of course constructed to host the 2012 olympic games, which we absolutely crushed.

  • One of the reason while we're gonna be holding the great celebration here in august because London, well, let's be honest, great events are in our D.

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  • Were incredible at hosting them and we're gonna bring 20 million people safely into the city of London in august and have our best year economically on record.

  • Uh, and again, we've shown in the past we've been able to do that with the olympics and Enfield was a big part of that.

  • So we appreciate you having us today and now I want to talk more about this manifesto for the future.

  • So let's talk about this document Again on screen.

  • You can see what the front cover it, it looks like.

  • This is 48 pages of detailed, detailed work.

  • We've been on the campaign trail for six months, but we've been working on this for 8-9 months.

  • Every single detail is in this policy.

  • Everything I want to do when it comes to policing, when it comes to exactly how we're going to spend, uh, the infrastructure levy revenue about how we're going to digitize the police, how we're going to modernize the police, how we're going to better train the police.

  • And I've got a bunch of things in here that I want to talk about today that I've never shared before.

  • But again, they're all here in this document and as I said once before, this has been reviewed by people that have been looking at manifestos for 10 2030 years.

  • They say this is the best thing they've ever seen and we couldn't be more proud.

  • It's the result of eight months of hard work.

  • And again, I just want to say one more time.

  • I appreciate all of the behind the scenes work from senior members of the House of Lords, from senior members of the Metropolitan Police, from senior members of the T.

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  • I want to say thank you to the economists out there.

  • The doctors, the scientists, the Nobel Prize winning phds, the architects, the developers, the entrepreneurs, the taxi drivers, the firefighters, the nurses and the teachers.

  • They all contribute to this document, but not just that real londoners on the streets.

  • You are part of this document as well because I've had hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of conversations with real people on the streets and they all tell me what's frustrating them in Enfield.

  • It was Adam who hated his LTs and he wanted a solution that's here in this policy.

  • I spoke with Eliza down in Croydon at her lives, not knives charity and she said brian we need better trained police that's in here as well.

  • Everyone I speak to, I listened to them and then I serve them and all of that is in this manifesto literally hundreds if not thousands of conversations are baked into this document, which is a blueprint for the future of London.

  • It's how we save this city.

  • It's all in here.

  • And again, I couldn't be more proud of it.

  • And I look forward to you reading it, downloading it, giving me your feedback, I'll get you a printed copy.

  • But again, go to brian from London forward slash manifesto.

  • You can read it right now and it's so important and I think it's a display that not only do we talk the talk, but we walked the walk, we're here to listening to serve and we've been listening for eight months and this is, this is our proof that we've listened to you.

  • And now we put it into detailed policies that's going to change the world.

  • And again, brief notes that are happening here.

  • We're going to rebuild London's economy.

  • I'm going to abolish the congestion charge for the rest of the year.

  • I'm gonna zero out business rates.

  • So entrepreneurs have a fighting chance to stay in business and we're going to create the great celebration, one of the, one of the best uh, fairs and celebrations known to mankind.

  • 31 days of street fairs during the day.

  • Music festivals at night.

  • Again, 20 million plus people safely into central London, showing the world the best of british and London cuisine, arts, culture, fashion like john Kent brings to the table, music, technology, innovation, commerce.

  • We're gonna show it all off to the world and it's going to be an incredible event to show the world that we are back.

  • And London is leading the pack when it comes to recovery, when it comes to innovation when it comes to rebuilding.

  • So That's one of the first major parts of my manifesto.

  • The 2nd 1 is to make London safe And that's two parts.

  • The first is 10,000 new police officers on the street, which I'm gonna pay for with something called an infrastructure levy, which is fully detailed in here and it's a three charge.

  • We're gonna make on, on major commercial developments within 500 m of a tube station.

  • That alone is going to raise billions of pounds.

  • That's gonna help us pay for our bankrupt transportation system And for our police again, everything is fully costed down to the pound and that's what makes a difference about our manifesto.

  • Next though, we're not just going to get more police were gonna better train.

  • The police were also going to digitize the police, which is going to save up to a billion pounds over the next 10 years.

  • And again, these are conversations I've had in detail with senior members of the metropolitan police and they will back me up 100 on that.

  • But it's not just about the policing, it's about investing in our communities.

  • And that's where my plan called Corporates for Communities is going to inject £100 million per year into 250 community centers in each one of the 32 boroughs in London.

  • That's coming from big corporate names like amazon like Uber, like barclays like Hsbc, they're all going to inject that money into our communities and that's going to give our teenagers new options of what they do between the hours of 3:30 p.m. And 8:30 p.m. That's after they get out of school and before mom and dad come home, we need to show them how to be entrepreneurs.

  • We need to teach them health and well being, we need to teach them cooking, mindfulness, all sorts of things that can give them new options as opposed to get involved with gangs, which results in more crime and a real, it's a real horrible thing for the city and it's unacceptable.

  • So again, all of this is detailed in here.

  • Next, I talk about abolishing the congestion charge, which I spoke about as well.

  • Rethinking LCN is completely, the L stands are crushing our neighborhoods.

  • Those, those need to be completely paused and rethought and we need to run TFl like a business, not like a charity.

  • TFL owns 5700 acres of land that's the size of the borough of Camden.

  • I'm gonna separate that out into a development corporation and build affordable homes on that land and commercial space and retail on that land.

  • And that's going to help run TFL at a profit again, Everything in here is in detail including that infrastructure levy.

  • And finally, I'm gonna build 50 affordable homes by Christmas.

  • I got the picture of the actual homes in Hackney Wick, right here where I've worked with a senior architect in London.

  • This is what the homes look like on site and Hackney Wick, you're not gonna get this from any other candidate out there.

  • Even the current mayor can't come up with a drawing like this and he's had five years.

  • These are modular homes we can construct within weeks, within weeks and these will be up by christmas And I'm gonna have plans like this all over London and every single one of the 32 boroughs, this is real action.

  • I don't think anyone ever has seen a candidate that takes such serious action and has such a serious manifesto.

  • And again, we are so proud of this document and we can't wait to show it to the world.

  • A couple final things in this document is my plan to make London digital first.

  • That's free broadband for everyone access to digital devices, especially for our Children living in poverty, which are, which is happening right here in London.

  • I was in Lewisham last week.

  • 37 of the Children are in poverty, which means they're probably not going to have access to that piece of hardware or to the broadband, which means they're missing out on a basic human right, in my opinion.

  • And so we're going to digitize London next, we're gonna fight for freedom of speech, something I spent the entire year fighting for last year.

  • I put my business on the line to stand up to big tech to protect your right to free speech and you're right for digital freedom of speech.

  • I believe in human freedoms.

  • I think you have the right to say what you want to say and you have the right to listen to what someone else wants to say as well.

  • As long as it doesn't incite violence or the overthrow of governments are as long as it's not illegal.

  • But if it's a point of view, you should be able to hear it.

  • And also, I think in a democracy, you should have the right to know about your candidates, which is why, you know, we were stopped by the police and banned from campaigning and find because we were out there protecting democracy.

  • I believe in human freedoms and I'll fight for those as your next mayor of London.

  • And finally a lot of people ask me about my green approaches.

  • My green approaches aren't like the current mayor.

  • He puts out a press release, he wants to look green and most of his policies end up being the opposite.

  • For example, LTs are supposed to be green initiatives, but they increase emissions, they increase the number of miles driven by our taxes and they put businesses out of business.

  • My green initiatives are baked throughout my entire policies, digitizing the police is green building modular homes on Tfl land is green working on my, on my uh car recharging plans to be recharging taxis and buses while they move is all part of a green initiative to drop emissions in Central London.

  • And I've got long term plans to do exactly that.

  • So again, this is all detailed in our manifesto.

  • This is a big day for the brian from air campaign.

  • This is a big day for british politics.

  • This is a big day for politics in general.

  • You've never seen a candidate so transparent, someone who really has gone into detail and who embodies the very policies that they talk about, who can put it into black and white and show you a way we're gonna make it happen again.

  • Download this document now, go to brian from eric dot London forwards last manifesto.

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we're visiting Enfield like I said, we already been here twice.

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