Alexander Fiuza

December 3, 2017

Germany loses appetite for Brexit sensibility

The rebalance of power among German political parties means hopes of German sensibility coming to our aid during the Brexit process may be wishful thinking, says Alex Fiuza.
November 22, 2017

We need a Budget for the silent majority

The chancellor needs to appeal to the silent majority. He needs to reduce the cost of living, fix Universal Credit, strengthen families, up-skill the non-graduate workforce and keep promises on immigration, says Alex Fiuza.
November 16, 2017

Ditch EU procurement sham

Post-Brexit the Government must streamline public procurement rules, and make the transparent and accountable to the public, says Alex Fiuza.
August 17, 2017

Brexit key to restoring political faith

The increasing transfer of power from Westminster to Brussels prior to last year’s referendum reduced policymakers’ ability to deliver on their promises, which has led to a lasting corrosion of the public’s trust in politicians, says Alex Fiuza.
August 3, 2017

Migrant crisis pushes Europe to the brink

Alexander Fiuza believes the EU migrant crisis is undermining the stability of the European Union. Brussels must urgently rethink its existing strategy of tackling the crisis, he says.
June 23, 2017

Theresa May Must Stay. For Now.

Alexander Fiuza argues that, with the Conservatives lacking an alternative unity candidate, were Theresa May to step down it would harm the UK’s prospects of a successful Brexit.
June 23, 2017

ECJ boosts prospect of Brexit deal

The ECJ has inadvertently paved the way for a mutually beneficial Brexit deal, says Alex Fiuza.
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