Ros is quoted by The Actuary Magazine, commenting on the large and widening gap in healthy life expectancy between the richest and poorest areas of the UK. Not everyone can be expected to work longer just because average national life expectancy has increased. ( link to pdf )
The Times newspaper published a letter from Ros lamenting the hurtful narrative of intergenerational strife and calling for help for older people to find new employment, rather than writing them off.
Go to 21minutes in on this Podcast from Jewish News to hear Ros talking about being a judge on the Jewish News competition which has honoured the 120 top over 80s, still contributing so much to all aspects of British life.
Financial Times quotes Ros in an article exploring the impact of Covid19 on retirement plans and she calls for early access to State Pension if people genuinely cannot work any longer.
Ros is quoted in the Daily Telegraph calling for a flexible attitude to state pension age that can help those who genuinely can’t work, or have no private savings, to have some state pension early, especially if they have long NI records
The Financial Times explores the impact of the coronavirus crisis on older people and age discrimination, especially in the workplace with Ros expressing fears that older people will lose out significantly.
Ros is quoted by the Daily Mail and MailonLine calling for lockdown easing following this crisis to be applied equally to all age adults with no ageism involved.
Ros was quoted in the Independent newspaper explaining why raising State Pension Age to 75 would be immoral.