The Hong Kong government has won an appeal against a court ruling that declared its scheme limiting protesters’ use of the forecourt outside its headquarters unconstitutional and a breach of civil rights.Three Court of Appeal judges on Friday ruled in favour of the administration in a judicial review mounted by retired photographer Cheung Tak-wing, whose application to use the area was refused in 2014 because his event fell on a weekday.The space in Admiralty – dubbed “Civic Square” by pro…