Giggs named as injuction collapses

The injunction preventing Ryan Giggs's name being mentioned by the press in relation to his affair with Imogen Thomas collapsed in farce yesterday, as an MP used parliamentary privilege to name the footballer. In a House of Commons debate, John Hemming MP yesterday said, 'With about 75,000 people having now named Ryan Giggs on Twitter it's obviously impracticable to imprison them all.'

A friend of Imogen's told The Sun , 'He [Giggs] told her she was the love of his life. She said she was in love with him and he was in love with her. It wasn’t purely built on sex. She thought it went much deeper. Imogen was lovestruck.'

PM David Cameron waded into the superinjunction debate, calling for a full scale review, after the identities of several celebs were revealed on twitter. He told ITV, 'It is rather unsustainable, this situation, where newspapers can't print something that clearly everybody else is talking about, but there's a difficulty here because the law is the law and the judges must interpret what the law is.'

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