Jackson outcry shows a shift from due process to social media spleen
Social media anger at the news that former Ulster rugby player Paddy Jackson is to join London Irish seems to indicate a shift towards believing alleged victims unconditionally and without scrutiny
Paddy Jackson will join London Irish ahead of their promotion back to the Gallagher Premiership next season. Just over a year ago, the former fly-half Irish had his Irish Rugby Football Union contract revoked in controversial circumstances which resulted in his exile to French side Perpignan.
The 27-year old’s move to Declan Kidney’s London Irish side has been met with a predictable hostile backlash on social media.
London Irish “has let...
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