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After weeks of online speculation over which British celebrities had taken out so-called "super injunctions" to prevent the media from reporting or even alluding to certain stories about them, John Hemming, a Liberal Democrat MP in the UK, has named footballer Ryan Giggs as the soccer player alleged to have had an affair with Imogen Thomas, a British reality TV star. Addressing parliament on Monday, Hemming said: "With about 75,000 people having named Ryan Giggs on Twitter, it is impractical to imprison them all." Jonah Hull reports from London.
Al Jazeera English | Jul 28
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