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  • okay, you Thanks for all the hard work originally from California, I've been here 21 years, so I've been a citizen for 14 years.

  • I've got two young boys, they were born here three and four years old.

  • And look, I was never gonna run for mayor, but I've been doing business for 30 years.

  • And last summer I looked around and I thought I'm not gonna let these politicians run the city, I love into the ground, you know, and I just thought I'd better run for mayor.

  • We've been in second place ever since.

  • I think we have the best ideas out there.

  • I just want to get London back to work, sort to transport out, get rid of these l CNN's rethink these bike lanes, um, make the streets safer, we need more police officers, uh, and build some affordable homes.

  • It all can be done, but it's all politics, you know, and the mayor argues with the prime minister, um, and we pay for it and they argue back and forth and we're like, we're not told in the bag.

  • So it's frustrated if they don't have anything.

  • In fact, no, there's no, there's no registration with them that you have an accident with them.

  • They just drive off.

  • You've got no man, you can't trace him or anything.

  • So there's no insurance stalking.

  • An interesting point.

  • So they can be held accountable to those activities as well.

  • I mean, you know what, I can never understand at him, Watson and Boris spikes of that, they don't wear helmets.

  • You would have thought that was right across and there would be a necessity for doing the higher fine.

  • So they should have to got registration administration a very good point.

  • I think we have to rethink some of these cycle lanes.

  • I mean, I I cycle but to have a fixed cycle lane on, on embankments or the fixed cycle lane it just doesn't make sense.

  • I think it should be more of a hybrid lane.

  • So he seems obviously seem obvious to me but the mayor doesn't seem to see it.

  • He's just not no he's not he's up at the top of the last hour.

  • The Labour party told him he's not allowed out of the building until the election or he'll jeopardize his chances.

  • So that's true.

  • So he's out there.

  • He puts out a press release every now and then in a picture but I can't get him to debate me like you have to have something that we came further.

  • That's correct.

  • Uh huh congestion charge because he used the money to try and then he's falling into saturday so I managed them every winds that can knock it back off, put it there in the first place.

  • Brand new policies a few days before the election.

  • It's always very serious.

  • So yeah, I just, I don't, I don't feel like he loves London or he loves Londoners.

  • I think you need a mayor that's out there 24/7 providing solutions selling this city to the world, getting tourists back, getting business back.

  • So yeah.

  • Thank you.

  • I appreciate you.

  • Thank you.

  • Thank you.

  • Take care of it.

  • Thank you.

okay, you Thanks for all the hard work originally from California, I've been here 21 years, so I've been a citizen for 14 years.

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OUR ROADS NEED FIXING THANKS TO SADIQ! ?"I HAD NO CHOICE, BUT TO RUN FOR MAYOR!" -BRIAN ROSE ????

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/04/27
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