We already know what should have happened at Biba

If you spoke to anyone at Biba in the week running up to its annualconference, you would have found them struggling to contain theirdelight.

The facts as you looked at them were simply remarkable: over 1,000delegates were heading for Bournemouth and over 90 companies had signed upto exhibit their goods and services at the event. On the face of it, itseemed 2003 would see the biggest and best Biba conference in history.

There is an art that all journalists worth their salt will remember fromtheir

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