...well John Hemming has used his Parliamentary privilege to tell us what we already know - that Ryan Giggs was one of the footballers with a super injunction to protect their philandering.
I'm frankly not interested in his (or his fellow footballer's) sex lives as it is difficult to argue any true public interest - other than prurience. But the wider principle is that super injunctions prevent a free press reporting not only on footballers pecadillos but on matters of true public concern - like Fred Goodwin's activities that led to the biggest bank failure in history.
It also means those people in positions of public trust - like Conservative MPs - cannot expect the same legal protection because they are not private citizens. So it's time for John Hemming and the other MPs, who know which publicly elected representative(s) have issued super injunctions, to use their Parliamentary privilege to expose their colleagues who are prepared to hide embarrasing issues from the people who elected them.