ULEZ Scrappage announced, cleaning up the Met, future of Conservatives in London, and is the Night Czar worth a 40% pay rise?
Series 2 Episode 9 This week on Inside City Hall, Neil Garratt and Nick Rogers discuss: - The new ULEZ Scrappage scheme, which launched on Monday, - How Sir Mark Rowley is cleaning up the Met, while the Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime may not be helping, - Nick's article on the future of Conservatives in millennial London, - The Night Czar gets 40% pay rise, but what is there to show for her existence? What have we been reading, watching, or listening to this week? - City Journal's 10 Blocks podcast - Short Circuit (1986) classic 80s sci fi - I, Robot by Isaac Asimov - Exploring ChatGPT and Novel AI Do you have a question for us? Tweet us: @NeilGarratt @NJROnline @CityHallPodcast Email us: Neil.Garratt@London.gov.uk Nick.Rogers@London.gov.uk Links we mention in this episode: Neil's City Hall Diary: Neil Garratt's City Hall Diary | Substack TfL scrappage scheme: Scrappage scheme - Transport for London (tfl.gov.uk) There's a ~1 minute excerpt of Neil's Q&A with MOPAC in the podcast, here's the video of the full exchange: https://youtu.be/skC7ZxUoubo Nick's OnLondon article: Nick Rogers: Millennial voters are key to restoring Conservative fortunes in London - OnLondon This is the 10 Blocks podcast episode about the way crime is concentrated: Stubborn Facts About Crime: 10 Blocks podcast | City Journal (city-journal.org) ChatGPT, the new AI system everyone's talking about: New chat (openai.com) Novel AI, an AI bot powered by ChatGPT that apparently will write a novel for you, or help you play a game of quasi-Risk! NovelAI - The AI Storyteller