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Getting younger by the day?

Fellow press officers at Axa have been concerned that photographs circulating in newspapers of their colleague Steve Muir make him appear much younger and fresh-faced than he actually is.

So young did he look, in fact, that people were wondering if he had a wizened portrait in the attic.

Keen to correct any false impressions that may have been given, his colleagues kindly suggested they would send some more up-to-date pictures.

However, MM&#39s computer system refused to recognise them and they were promptly bounced back.

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