Prince Charles buys a copy of The Big Issue from a vendor, 1998.

John Bird’s Big Issue

Lord John Bird, who became homeless at age five, in Notting Hill.

The Early Days

George Michael graces the cover of The Big Issue, November 1996.
Selling The Big Issue on the streets of London.

Back in the House of Lords …

Bird, left, Gordon Roddick, right, and members of the Big Issue staff at the newspaper’s launch, 1991.

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Adrian Margaret Brune is a native Oklahoman who lives, works, writes, runs and plays competitive tennis in London, UK.

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Adrian Margaret Brune is a native Oklahoman who lives, works, writes, runs and plays competitive tennis in London, UK.

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