Some Friday Fun?
There we were, all primed for the conclusion of the momentous McCartney-Mills divorce settlement hearing, when the grinding wheels of justice slowed to a snail's pace. The High Court hearing is being extended into week two.
If you've done the 7 days news quiz, you'll know that's bad news for us, the tabloid headline reading public. Already this week we've had "Hate days a week", "She hates you yeah, yeah, yeah" and, when things looked a little more upbeat, "We CAN work it out".
Before it gets any worse next week, Monitor readers are invited to seize the initiative and do a spot of reverse headline engineering. It works like this…
1. Come up with a Beatles song title
2. Then, magically summon a Paul and Heather scenario that might fit it neatly
"Do you want to know a secret" – Heather breaks confidentiality agreement and discloses settlement deal to the press
"Getting debter" – Sir Paul faces financial ruin after judge rules Heather can have the lot
Below is a selection of your Beatles song headlines and fictional explanations behind them.