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  • drivers in the back.

  • Yeah, that's yours.

  • Yeah, I might do that to, you know, see what's really going on in the streets of London.

  • So you guys are close to that for toys.

  • Don't mind.

  • These guys always follow me around.

  • Yeah.

  • For you.

  • It's going well.

  • We got nine days left until the election next week.

  • And the bookies have us in second place.

  • But they don't, yeah, they had us in second place for about four months, but they don't invite me to debates for the BBC.

  • So uh, do that And the icon and bailey and they have the same argument they had for five years and nothing seems to change.

  • I've been listening to you guys for the last six months.

  • I've probably taken three or 400 cab rides and I was talking to Stuart today and we actually went from Old street to London Bridge.

  • I drove, it took me 30 minutes.

  • We try to go down Bishopsgate couldn't go down Bishops Cape talked all about the street space game and everything that's going on.

  • It's just frustrating about this city.

  • That makes your job hard.

  • It's a passenger as well.

  • Yeah, that's what I thought today.

  • Because you know, the passengers don't want to sit in the back and wants to me don't bet you don't want to get to a to be as quick as they can.

  • Yeah, all the traffic's not back here, driver and the passenger traffic is not back yet.

  • The city is probably what?

  • 20 30%.

  • 5%.

  • It doesn't feel like it's all about it's not bad.

  • It's not bad.

  • It's still good at the restrictions.

  • Traffic does seem that the restrictions were lifted.

  • It won't be so ever, you know, But if it all comes back to traffic, especially the way people can't move around the city, they can't do business.

  • All right.

  • I took a cab the other night and the cabbie said he had a businessman in the back.

  • He said, I used to be able to do five meetings in a day in the city.

  • Now I can do to because the traffic and if that's the case then there's no business being here.

  • Um And I think we got to get people back to this office buildings to working for a long time.

  • I don't think it's viable for London in the long run.

  • Do you think loses a small business?

  • Big business, medium business, Everyone loses.

  • Yeah.

  • And also, I think the business themselves lose.

  • People come to London because you have the greatest town in the world working together in the same area.

  • If you moved to Kent, well next they're gonna move your job to Scotland and they're gonna move your job to the Philippines and then we don't have jobs anymore.

  • So I worked in I was in the banking sector for 10 years.

  • I used to work in a circle and I would get on the phone with these ceos and say we need 25 of your workforce back safely now.

  • What's it gonna take to get people back here and just say it's time to get back to work?

  • That's right.

  • Do enough of the politics, you know?

  • What about have you been outrageous truth?

  • Yes, I have.

  • It's frustrating.

  • It's like one lane, one lane boss breaks down.

  • Bus was up the lights unless no one could get around either side.

  • So how is London going to get back to business?

  • Can't can't wait.

  • Okay.

  • So what do you think we need to do different in this city?

  • I'm always asking everybody so you've got the pros and making your car.

  • I mean that road up there to show you get you get the poor old always come down here and the accident that stuff and they've got to try and get all the way back up there again.

  • So there's a lot of one come down here today.

  • Massey breaks.

  • I went down there and the world will come out.

  • So where is the God goes from brooks?

  • So what's up there?

  • I said the only way you can get because you can't go around the back roads, sunscreens too small.

  • He's gonna have to go back up there, the boats and we're gonna have to take is you have to get to play the foreign cause we pray for the load.

  • That's simple.

  • And it it was a joke.

  • And I mean the ones that come up from the top down there where's new streets over there before they think with their hearts lost out to go right over there when I was a bank robber, you could just go find a way in.

  • Yeah, business stuff going.

  • Yeah.

  • All these laws just close all the business majors, just out of touch with people in London.

  • That's what I think.

  • I don't think it comes out to the streets, just talk to people he runs and hides from people.

  • I know he runs an infield.

  • I talked to the same biker to talk to him.

  • I'm talking to him about his L.

  • T.

  • N.

  • He wouldn't even talk to him that people were reasonable.

  • They were just saying Mr Mayor, we got some questions for you.

  • He hid in the coffee shop for an hour.

  • Then he had to be ushered to his armored vehicles.

  • No, I'm actually out here trying to talk to people.

  • The police tried to find me the other day from campaigning.

  • They banned me from campaign, and I'm just trying to talk to normal people.

  • Just got to get in that place back when he just doesn't I don't think he likes business.

  • I don't think he likes the city.

  • I don't think you like londoners, honestly.

  • So.

  • All right.

  • What's your name?

  • Right, brian, thank you so much.

  • Thank you.

  • All right.

  • It's not right.

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DEAR BBC, BRIAN ROSE IS STILL WAITING FOR A DEBATE. Real Londoners Speak Their Truth! ????

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/04/28
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