WHY PAY FOR PUBLIC AFFAIRS CONSULTANTS?

Why use LEXXER’s political consultants? Each day, the opinions and decisions of others affect you and your business. Policy and political decisions made at local, national and European levels affect us all. Laws, regulations and policies, and decisions about procurement, grants and aid, shape the context within which organisations and individuals operate. For the system to function effectively there needs to be a constant information flow. Organisations outside government have a ri...
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A New Start or Another Dead End? 

What does this week's deal reached between the British and Irish governments and Northern Ireland's two largest parties really mean for you ?  Let our public affairs experts and politicos at LEX REX analyse it with your business or organisation in mind.  After 10 weeks of talks, a way forward has been agreed by the governments and the two largest parties on terrorism and welfare reform. However with other parties feeling excluded and key issues still unresolved is this a new start or ...
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POP-UP Solutions

The Wantage Mix - the irresistible rise of the pop-up office. Wantage is a small market town in Oxfordshire, UK. In many ways, it serves as a case study for how the UK has adapted to the recession and how new, non-traditional and sustainable initiatives like pop-up shops and now pop-up offices are helping both the local and national economies recover. Wantage 2009 Five years ago, a story ran on the Daily Mail website that linked the fate of Wantage to that of the country, tying the rece...
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Shaping The Legal Landscape 

After this week's publication of ‘The Access to Justice Review 2' report, by the Department of Justice' today gave the first chance for academics and stakeholders to give their views.  LEXXER Solutions were pleased to play a part in this first phase of the ongoing consultation. The conference was well organised and very timely, demonstrating the perfect knowledge partnership between academia and those in the front line. Ulster University Law School and the Law Centre (NI) worked well to h...
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ACCESS DENIED?

LEXXER as part of its ongoing programme of LEXXER LAW will be involved in the Access to Justice Debate which is ongoing in Northern Ireland over the next few months. As part of that we hope to work with local universities in a bid to harness legal knowledge in providing more affordable solutions. We hope to attend a conference today entitled The Future of Access to Justice at Clifton House, Belfast organised by Ulster University Law School and Law Centre (NI) Ulster University Law School...
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END OF THE ROAD FOR MICHELIN

As yet another body blow was dealt to the local economy we wonder if it is already too late for the latest proposed talks. Local politicians have said they will meet Michelin management within days to see how they can reduce the impact of  closure in County Antrim.                       Serious questions must be answered as to how this situation has occurred with so little action from Stormont. While t...
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