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Doesn't time fly! British Millennium babies are now 100 years old after the Y2k bug struck computers at the National Office of Statistics. After all that campaigning by Action 2000 a government organisation gets hit by the bug. Poor show, chaps. Birth certificates issued by the Registry Office surprised parents with birth-dates in 1900. Hand-written documents will be issued until computer systems have been debugged. A spokesman for the government stats body told Reuters: "We have found a problem with the software which is affecting the date." Err, that'd be the Y2k bug then? ®

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