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Giggs family life in tatters.........

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    Ryan Giggs' wife outshines Coleen Rooney on the red carpet: Fashion verdict

    By Louise Ellwood 22/05/2011

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    Ryan Giggs' wife Stacey outshone Coleen Rooney at the Manchester United Player of the Year Awards dinner last night.
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    Ryan Giggs' wife outshines Coleen Rooney on the red carpet: Fashion verdict

    By Louise Ellwood 22/05/2011

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    [​IMG] Ryan and Stacey on the red carpet

    Ryan Giggs' wife Stacey outshone Coleen Rooney at the Manchester United Player of the Year Awards dinner last night.
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    Wearing a classy black dress, Stacey showed the other Wags how to arrive to a party in style.
    She looked every inch the glamorous Wag and looked as though she may even had taken some tips from Victoria Beckham's style.


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    Wearing a classy black dress, Stacey showed the other Wags how to arrive to a party in style.
    She looked every inch the glamorous Wag and looked as though she may even had taken some tips from Victoria Beckham's style.


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    Ryan Giggs named as sex cheat soccer star by MP

    by Jason Beattie, Daily Mirror 24/05/2011

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    RYAN Giggs's desperate bid to keep his name out of the papers over an alleged secret affair with Imogen Thomas was doomed from the moment he threatened to sue Twitter users for outing him.
    The married dad-of-two sparked a furious *backlash with tweeters bombarding the social networking site in their thousands to name him.
    And his farcical attempts at hiding behind a court gagging order finally came to an end yesterday when Lib Dem MP John Hemming told the Commons the former Wales international was the *footballer who had the alleged six-month fling with 28-year-old Big Brother star Imogen.
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    It was already known in pubs, clubs and football grounds across the land that Giggs was the player at the centre of the sordid claims, thanks to sites such as Twitter.
    Newspapers and TV stations were still banned by the High Court from naming the 37-year-old Manchester United veteran.
    But Mr Hemming blew apart Britain's worst-kept secret when he told MPs: "With about 75,000 people having named Ryan Giggs on Twitter it's obviously impracticable to imprison them all."
    The MP was cut short by Speaker John Bercow. But he said the comments could be reported in the press, despite a High Court judge yesterday yet again refusing to lift Giggs's gagging order.
    And the statement marked a resounding victory for the press, politicians and internet users in their campaign for free speech. Last night even UK Prime Minister David Cameron waded into the row, claiming it was "unfair" that *newspapers could not report *something that was common knowledge on social websites.
    Mr Hemming used Parliamentary privilege to sensationally out Giggs. After being allowed to continue by Mr Bercow, he added: "The question is what the Government's view is on an enforceability of a law that clearly doesn't have public consent." Explaining his *decision to name Giggs, he said later: "When he sued Twitter and showed he was going to go after ordinary people and try to prosecute them for gossiping about him on a matter of trivia, I think he has to be held to account for that.
    "I really don't think we should allow a situation where people are prosecuted and potentially jailed for two years and it all happens in secret.
    "If there is oppression going on, we should be willing to speak out about it. Is it really good to have a society in which rich people use their money to persecute people of relatively ordinary means, and nobody is willing to say anything about it? I think that would be wrong and very sad."
    It is claimed Giggs, who is due to play for Premier League winners United in the Champions League final against Barcelona on Saturday, romped with Imogen at hotels behind his wife Stacey's back.
    Influential chairman of the Culture, Media and Sports Committee John Whittingdale said: "You would have to be living in an igloo not to know the identity of at least one Premier League footballer who has obtained an injunction. The actions of thousands of people of posting details of this on Twitter are in danger of making the law look an ass."
    But Attorney-General Dominic Grieve warned Twitter users breaching court orders could still face jail. He added: "Those who may take an idea that modern methods of communication mean they can act with impunity may well find themselves in for a rude shock."
    Legal experts claim Giggs could have spent up to €200,000 in legal fees trying to keep the alleged fling secret. Mr Cameron told how even he was aware who was at the centre of the claims. The PM said: "It is 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 judges must interpret what the law is.
    "What I've said in the past is, the danger is that judgments are effectively writing a new law which is what Parliament is meant to do."
    Labour leader Ed Miliband also weighed in. He said the law was not working "as it stands" and added: "Parliament needs to look at this issue."
    Solicitor James Quartermaine of law firm Charles Russell, said: "The decision of John Hemming to name the footballer appears finally to have applied the silver bullet to an injunction that was dying on its feet in the face of mass civil disobedience online."
    Less than an hour before Mr Hemming named the player, Mr Justice Eady yesterday rejected a fresh application by newspapers to have the *injunction on Giggs lifted.
    The court heard it was "futile" to keep his name secret when it had been published on the internet and by Scotland's Sunday Herald at the weekend which is exempt from English laws. But the judge disagreed.


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