It has been known for sometime, ex RBS CEO, had a super injunction in place. Of course we are not to privy to this and the media cannot discuss it.
So we have to hear what is going on in the Houses of Parliament where parliamentary privilege prevails.
Today Lib Dem Lord Stoneham of Droxford said in the House of Lords: "Every taxpayer has a direct public interest in the events leading up to the collapse of the Royal Bank of Scotland, so how can it be right for a super-injunction to hide the alleged relationship between Sir Fred Goodwin and a senior colleague.
"If true, it would be a serious breach of cooperate governance and not even the Financial Services Authority would be allowed to know about it."