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The Wells Street Journal: Hidden meanings and monster confusion

Money Marketing’s account of the curious goings-on in the world of financial services from our Wells Street offices

A very hidden meaning 

This picture from the Department for Work and Pensions about workplace savings has confused a number of people on Twitter who aren’t entirely sure what the DWP is trying to get across. Let us know what you think by tweeting your captions to @MM_WSJ

Separated at birth

Moz, the face of John Lewis’ Christmas ads and Workie, the face of auto-enrolment

 Out of Context

“At least one of my daughters would not recognise that person” 

Evestor’s Anthony Morrow notes a dated picture of himself on the Money Marketing website

I’m in danger of losing weight here” 

The Lang Cat’s Mark Polson has to cover some metres during a presentation.

“The question is, why did I wear these socks?” 

Now: Pensions’ Troy Clutterbuck gets philosophical at the PLSA conference.

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