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John Bird: ‘The comradeship was incredible. We had a party in the office and I set my chest hair alight’ It was 1967 and I was 21, sleeping rough and hiding from the police in Edinburgh. One night I came across a big-nosed Scotsman called Gordon Roddick. We exchanged insults and became great friends. He met a young woman called Anita and I didn’t see them again for about 20 years, by which time they had started the Body Shop. Continue reading...
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