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Want to feel old? Jude Law’s cute kid from The Holiday’s a mum after having lockdown baby in emergency c-section

YOU’LL remember her as Jude Law’s adorable daughter Sophie in Christmas classic The Holiday.

But now Fabulous can reveal Miffy Englefield is all grown up – and has had a baby in lockdown. 

Miffy was just six when she starred in The Holiday

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Miffy was just six when she starred in The HolidayCredit: Universal
Miffy, Alex and baby Frankie

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Miffy, Alex and baby FrankieCredit: miffyenglefield/Instagram

Miffy, 21, who lives in Littlehampton, West Sussex, with her partner, drummer Alex Whivley-Conway, 24, became a mum to baby girl Frankie on April 23. 

“She arrived at St Richard’s Hospital in Chichester three days early after 21 hours of labour,” said Miffy. “Then my temperature soared, doctors realised I had an infection and I was rushed for a c-section.

“I was pumped full of antibiotics and kept in hospital for two days. Alex was only able to visit me for two hours a day. 

“It was really scary and because I’m a bit punky and

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New York City grocers fear they won’t meet the city’s strict Local Law 97 energy cuts

Landlords could choose to pass along fines to grocery stores or avoid leasing to them, according to a lobbying letter sent to council members this week by Richard Lipsky, who represents DAgostino and Gristedes supermarkets and others.

DAgostino is hoping grocery stores can receive their own category that would set reduction goals based on their power needs, without penalizing the building as a whole. The group has asked Councilman Keith Powers of Manhattan to bring the issue to the council.

The Climate Mobilization Act was historic and meaningful legislation to address climate change, and Powers was proud to vote for it, said Liz Peters, a spokeswoman for the councilman. He is reviewing the concerns of grocers. 

Environmental groups in support of the climate legislation have acknowledged that meeting its goals will be difficult for some buildings. The nonprofit Urban Green Council called

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Brexit news live: Latest updates as trade deal talks near ‘very end’

Michel Barnier passes pro-EU demonstrators near ‘make or break’ talks in London

Brexit talks are “at the very end”, Simon Coveney, Ireland’s foreign minister, has said. He told RTE that if a deal cannot be done then the focus will shift very soon to a no deal scenario.

It comes as it was revealed on Thursday that trade talks, described as “make or break”, stretched late into the night in London on Wednesday as negotiators sought to bridge considerable gaps over fishing rights, state aid and governance – the same issues over which talks have stalled since February.

And with Downing Street pledging to push ahead with plans to breach international law amid reports it intends to do so again in a Finance Bill due next week, Ireland’s foreign minister Simon Coveney warned this would be a “a really big mistake” and would be taken by the EU as a

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COVID-19 patient gets help thanks to Navy SEAL brother-in-law

SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL) — An incredible series of events recently unfolded for a man from Ruston, Louisiana, who is now a COVID-19 patient at Ochsner LSU Health in Shreveport.

“It’s an amazing story of a network coming together to save a life,” says Ryan Senn’s brother-in-law Jon Macaskill.

Macaskill is a retired Navy SEAL Commander and the one who initiated the call for help.

In early November, Senn came down with COVID-19. He was in need of convalescent plasma — something the hospital he was at in Ruston could not provide.

Senn received the plasma treatment in Shreveport and was making progress. Last week that changed.

“12:45 a.m., the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, I get a call from my sister, and Ryan has taken a turn for

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DAVID W. SHANNON: Assisted-death bill gives licence to do away with disabled people like me | Local-Perspectives | Opinion

DAVID W. SHANNON • Guest Opinion

Since 1992, Dec. 3 has been the United Nations-sanctioned International Day of Persons with Disabilities. This year, this day has much significance for me and the community where I found membership almost 40 years ago — the world of equality-seeking disabled persons. 

This year, the federal government continues to fast-track Bill C-7, changes to the Medical Assistance in Dying legislation (MAiD). It has set a chill through our community. 

To be clear right from the start, I understand that many people, when faced with a terminal illness or who are near death, want the ability to have a medically assisted death. So, it is not MAiD per se that makes me troubled. 

Bill C-7 goes beyond a good death — it merely offers death, and this is where I take exception. 

With the proposed legislation, anyone who is disabled could decide to have a

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COVID-19 patient gets help from across the U.S. thanks to Navy SEAL brother-in-law | KAMR

SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL) — An incredible series of events recently unfolded for a man from Ruston, Louisiana, who is now a COVID-19 patient at Ochsner LSU Health in Shreveport.

“It’s an amazing story of a network coming together to save a life,” says Ryan Senn’s brother-in-law Jon Macaskill.

Macaskill is a retired Navy SEAL Commander and the one who initiated the call for help.

In early November, Senn came down with COVID-19. He was in need of convalescent plasma — something the hospital he was at in Ruston could not provide.

Senn received the plasma treatment in Shreveport and was making progress. Last week that changed.

“12:45 a.m., the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, I get a call from my sister, and Ryan has taken a turn for

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California’s Governor Warns of ‘Drastic Action’ as Hospitals Near Crisis

Here’s what you need to know:

A drive-through testing site in Los Angeles last month. California is one of several states that had appeared to have gained control of the virus, only to see it spread rapidly throughout the fall.
Credit…Bryan Denton for The New York Times

California’s intensive care units could be overloaded by the middle of December, and its hospitals could be dangerously close to full by Christmas, according to sobering projections that Gov. Gavin Newsom presented on Monday.

And the strain could be even worse in the hardest-hit areas, like the San Joaquin Valley, which was projected to reach 83 percent of its hospital capacity by Dec. 24.

“If these trends continue, California will need to take drastic action,” Mr. Newsom said during a virtual briefing, adding that more severe restrictions, including full stay-at-home orders, could come within the next few days.

California is one of

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Jude Law’s 20-year-old daughter Iris Law poses in bikini

Jude Law’s 20-year-old daughter Iris Law is completely grown up, and absolutely stunning.

The daughter of Law and his ex-partner Sadie Frost is unsurprisingly now working as a model, and doesn’t waste any time showing off her incredible figure on Instagram.

Her latest Instagram snap had people talking, after posing in a bizarre pink swimsuit, while in her garden at her home in the UK.

RELATED: Jude Law’s striking look in new trailer

The swimsuit is from Stella McCartney’s new sustainable swim collection, which is blush pink and features cut out detailing.

The young model is talent for Stella McCartney’s AtoZ manifesto representing the series ‘I’ – for intimacy.

She wrote in her caption that she had interpreted the word ‘Intimacy’ through her fashion choice and surroundings.

“Thank you @stellamccartney for giving me the opportunity to interpret intimacy,” she wrote alongside the snap.

“This photo represents intimacy in so many

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Woman desperately searching for Yorkipoo she suspects was stolen near Strathcona tent city



a person posing for the camera: Roz Bell holds a photo of her missing dog Bailey on Dec. 1, 2020. She believes her dog was stolen while they were walking in Strathcona Community Garden in July and is pleading for the YorkiePoo's return. Trax aSsignment ID# 00063179A For Susan Lazaruk story. Credit: Mike Bell/PNG [PNG Merlin Archive]


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Roz Bell holds a photo of her missing dog Bailey on Dec. 1, 2020. She believes her dog was stolen while they were walking in Strathcona Community Garden in July and is pleading for the YorkiePoo’s return. Trax aSsignment ID# 00063179A For Susan Lazaruk story. Credit: Mike Bell/PNG [PNG Merlin Archive]

Roz Bell and her little Yorkipoo have been inseparable for 14 years, and the 77-year-old can’t talk about the disappearance of what she considers “dearest family” without crying.

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“She was my lifeline, really,” said a tearful Bell from her studio apartment in the Kensington Cedar Cottage neighbourhood of Vancouver. “She slept on my bed with me and she cuddled up on the sofa with me.”

Bell’s heart was broken on July 12 when Bailey, her friendly, perky little lap dog, seemingly vanished into thin air on one of their regular visits to

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Was a Vancouver senior’s beloved Yorkie Poo stolen and sold to someone in the Fraser Valley?

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“I even went to the tent city (a homeless camp at Strathcona Park, across the street from the garden), thinking she might hear me and yip or scrabble on the side of a tent,” she said.

“I think she was taken and sold somewhere.”

Roz Bell holds a photo of her missing dog Bailey on Dec. 1, 2020. She believes her dog was stolen while they were walking in Strathcona Community Garden in July and is pleading for the YorkiePoo's return. Trax aSsignment ID# 00063179A For Susan Lazaruk story. Credit: Mike Bell/PNG [PNG Merlin Archive]
Roz Bell holds a photo of her missing dog Bailey on Dec. 1, 2020. Photo by Mike Bell /PNG

In the four-and-a-half months since, Bell has put up dozens of posters, posted ads online and in papers, checked lost dog websites, written letters to vets and to DTES housing societies, contacted pet searchers, and filed a police report. She followed up tips, including one that reported someone selling a dog at Victory Square, and another who said Bailey might be in Kamloops.

Bell, who had never been to the Downtown Eastside before, pursued one tip to a SRO building that the tipster

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