Not the most common name in the world, but cropped up in the news twice just within the last few days with devastating deliveries.
1. Out of nowhere, produced a man of the match performance to bowl the complete England cricket side out for 51 measly runs in humiliating innings defeat.
2. Reported that the editor of my hometown newspaper was arrested for "hurting the religious feelings" of Muslims after they reprinted an article from The Independent.
Obviously a different Jerome Taylor. Anyway, this was the supposedly dangerous article, feared by cowards and quislings all over the planet. And this was Johann Hari's response, every word worth reading, just one quote from it:
The solution to the problems of free speech – that sometimes people will say terrible things – is always and irreducibly more free speech.
If only the solution to England's batting order was so simple.