Wayne has the right to Tweet
Robert McNeil (Life, April 28) tells us that Wayne Rooney made a bad move by joining Twitter and points out that Piers Morgan corrected Wayne on his grammar and spelling.
Is he saying that people with such limitations don't have the right to express themselves?
On Wayne's Twitter feed he has replied to his supporters directly.
If you look at their reaction to this, perhaps you'll see the pleasure that brings to some people.
Why did Robert McNeil not mention that in his column and give a balanced view?