Campaigning

At LEXXER we help you to be heard, and ensure that your message is clear and consistent. Often the passion of a cause, or the urgency of the issue means that you or your firm or organisation are not in the best place to make strategic decisions. This is where we come in, with an external, professional and more strategic approach. Our ethos is simple - You Do the Talking, We will do the Thinking! An effective issue advocacy campaign requires more than just good lobbying; it requires a strategic ...
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SPEAKING UP IN THE BIG CONVERSATION

Dr Stephen Farry is inviting people to have their say in the Big Conversation on the future of Higher Education in Northern Ireland. At LEXXER we see the future of our higher education sector as a foundation of our developing economy. Our work in Knowledge Brokerage with the clear concise commercialisation of knowledge as a resource offer an exciting new angle to the present debate. The Minister said, “Once the people of Northern Ireland have had the opportunity to share their views on th...
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A Poor Future

As a firm LEXXER believes in giving something back and has a clear policy of giving 10% of profits to good causes or pro bono work to help charities. We see this as an investment in the future and well as just the right thing to do. Therefore the recent figures on child poverty has prompted us to ask what more can the business community generally do? The BBC Headline should make us all sit up UK has 2.3m children living in poverty, government says The number of children living in relative...
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Queens Speech – did you know ?

The Queen's Speech - Did you know? The current practice of opening Parliament from the House of Lords where the Sovereign reads the Speech from the throne began in 1536. Before then it was in the Painted Chamber at the far end of the Lords. It was demolished in 1847. The Duke of Edinburgh has not accompanied the Queen on nine occasions. On two occasions she was unescorted, in 1964 and March 1974 when there was a scaled-down ceremony. The ceremony was first shown on TV in 1958 but was n...
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Election Leaders Debate

 The UK's party leaders clashed in the first TV election debate on a range of issues including the NHS, immigration and the deficit. In what was billed as the big debate pundits found the Milliband may have lost the election after his performance.  Northern Ireland party leaders were excluded and took to local press to get their say. It is the only time David Cameron and Ed Miliband will appear together on TV ahead of the election.  The Conservative and Labour leaders, as well as the leader...
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Leaders’ Debate Media Event

While in London representing a number of clients the LEXXER team organised a media training and planning event, focused on the Leaders Debate for the 2015 Elections. While the Debate itself was up in the air, the media interest in it was high. The aim was to look at whats involved behind the cameras as well as in front. The logistics, research and production work needed is an insight and the skills learnt in London working with some of the best in the business will be used to assist our clien...
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