It’s often disappointing to realise that a lot of the things you learn at school bear little relation to the real world; just yesterday, I realised that all the hours spent dealing with subjects, objects, predicates and the like in sentence construction simply don’t apply.

According to the Daily Star, it’s perfectly acceptable to construct a headline by putting five nouns in a row.

(I also love the way they’ve referred to Lewis Hamilton by his forename, as if that makes it immediately apparent who they’re talking about. I like to think the staff of the Star did this after a discussion in which they concluded that if they put his surname, the whole nation would have been wondering if they were referring to David, or even Emma Hamilton.)