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Was Liberal Democrat MP John Hemming right to use parliamentary privilege to name Ryan Giggs as the Premier League player who took out a super-injunction?

The law on injunctions was thrown into further turmoil after Giggs was named in Parliament. But even after Prime Minister David Cameron said that he, “like everybody else”, knew the player’s name, and Commons Speaker John Bercow confirmed reports of the proceedings would be protected by privilege, the High Court rejected two bids by the Sun’s lawyers to lift the gagging order.