|Sir Nicholas Lloyd|
Nicholas Markley Lloyd|
9 June 1942
|Education||Bedford Modern School|
St Edmund Hall, Oxford|
|Occupation||British newspaper editor and broadcaster|
Eve Pollard (m. 1979)
Lloyd started his career as a reporter at the Daily Mail in 1964. He was made Education Correspondent at The Sunday Times in 1966 and was made its Deputy News Editor in 1968. In 1970 he moved to The Sun where he was made News Editor and, in 1972, became Assistant Editor at the News of the World.
In 1976, Lloyd returned to The Sun where he was made Assistant Editor before joining the Sunday Mirror in 1980 as Deputy Editor. Lloyd edited the Sunday People from 1982 to 1983, then moved to edit the News of the World for a year from 1984, and finally edited the Daily Express from 1986 to 1995.
Lloyd received a knighthood in the 1990 Prime Minister's Resignation Honours. He presented a breakfast show on LBC 97.3, a London radio station, from 1997 to 1999. Since 1996, he has been the chairman of the public relations consultancy Brown Lloyd James.
Lloyd is married since 1979 to former newspaper editor Eve Pollard, with whom he has a son, Oliver. He also has three children from his previous marriage - Justin, Rachael and James Lloyd. Pollard's daughter from a previous marriage, TV personality Claudia Winkleman, is his step-daughter.
- "Birthday's today". The Telegraph. 9 June 2011. Retrieved 2 June 2014.
Sir Nicholas Lloyd, Editor, Daily Express, 1986–95, 69
- Who's Who 2015, Published by A&C Black Limited
- "LLOYD, Nicholas (Markley) (born 1942), Chairman, BLJ London (formerly Brown Lloyd James), since 1997". oup.com. Retrieved 10 July 2015.
- "Bedford Modern School of the Black And Red" by Andrew Underwood, 1981
- "Welcome to St Edmund Hall... - St Edmund Hall". ox.ac.uk. Retrieved 10 July 2015.
- "Inside Story: The ex-editors' files", The Independent, 9 May 2005
| Deputy Editor of the Sunday Mirror
| Editor of the Sunday People
| Editor of the News of the World
| Editor of the Daily Express
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