Fri. Jul 30th, 2021

Anger and vitriol seem to be rising, not just in rugby, but perhaps there are ways to take the heat out of online debate

Sport and social media should, in theory, be a match made in heaven. After, or during, big game like Wales v England it is always interesting to see or hear what others are thinking. If the mood takes you, you can even lob in some observations of your own. Well done to Wales. Where did England go wrong? Who might be to blame for the outcome? A few choice words, a tap of the finger and the entire world can enjoy the benefit of your wisdom.

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