Eve Pollard

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Evelyn, Lady Lloyd, OBE (née Pollard, formerly Winkleman, born 25 December 1943) is an English author and journalist, and has been the editor of several tabloid newspapers.


  • "I don’t have all the answers to old age. In fact, I rarely think about it".
  • "I have never consciously chosen to keep on working, for example, even though I’m the proud owner of a Freedom Pass (and I will never, ever vote for any political party that takes it away!)".#
  • "Loneliness is the scourge of old age, which means there has never been a better time to enjoy those water-cooler moments".
  • "I’m running in the last lap of life. But instead of relegating myself to deterioration, I try to regard myself as simply fraying at the edges".
  • "When you have 50 per cent of women filling the top jobs, it becomes just uninteresting. Now, a few stand out – a few run companies, a few are famous. People have a go at them."
  • "There’s no right way of doing it. Nobody looks at blokes in boring suits and criticises them".

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