of Ms Burkes said last night: Besides financial support, hes not involved. Laws spokesman was unavailable for comment, issuing what appeared to be a final statement on the subject in July after reports about the baby first surfaced. The statement said: Mr Law is no longer in a relationship with the individual con- cerned but he intends to be a fully supportive part of the childs life. This is an entirely private matter. B u t wh i le L aw avo i d e d g e t t i n g caught up in baby talk, Ms Burke is planning to do the exact opposite. She is reported to be in advanced negotiations over a magazine or newspaper deal for her story of her fling with Law and the first pictures of their baby. She also started a blog last month for anyone interested in the story of this ordinary woman having a celebritys child. She wrote about the moment she discovered she was expecting Laws baby and said: I didnt jump for joy because I hit the jackpot. I cried my eyes out and started adjusting my future plans. Not once did I think about money. She added: I cant tell you how far from a gold-digger I am. I wish there was a reporter find- ing out how Ive never dated a rich man in my life... I never in my life would have planned a pregnancy for money! JUDE LAW may have become a father for the fourth time but you wouldnt h av e g u e s s e d i t f r o m h i s expression. The actor was giving nothing away in New York last night when he signed autographs for fans, even though his newborn daughter was only a day old. Samantha Burke, 24, a model who became pregnant during a brief relationship with the actor last year, gave birth to a 5lb 12oz girl named Sophia in Florida. Her publicist said Ms Burke was overwhelmed with joy and that baby and mum are doing wonderful. But Law, 36, seemed completely unaffected by the news outside the Broadhurst Theatre on Broadway, where he is preparing for the title role as Hamlet in an adaptation of t h e D o n m a r Wa r e h o u s e production. The actor met Ms Burke at the 10AK nightclub in New York in December when he was filming Sherlock Holmes with Robert Downey Jr. Law, who has three other children by ex- wife Sadie Frost -- sons Rafferty, 12, Rudy, s i x , a nd daughter Iris, eight -- avoided all questions about his new baby as he hur- riedly jumped into his car and sped off. A friend STRICTLY COME DANCING judge Craig Revel Horwood has said he wished he had been sacked from the BBC show -- as he would love to have Arlene Phillipss new job. Phillips is set to present the new series of So You Think You Can Dance on BBC1, after she was replaced by Alesha Dixon on the hit Saturday night show. But last night, her former co-judge Revel Horwood said: Im so jealous. Thats the show I thought I would have been fabulous for. Im furious the BBC didnt sack me because I might have had a chance to do it. Im still available. Earlier this week, Revel Horwood defended judge Alesha Dixon after the BBC received hundreds of complaints over her debut in the new series, saying the public should give the singer a chance. This backlash is horrendous and I dont think she deserves it, he said. She deserves to be given a chance and it makes me very angry that shes not. 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Duo: Craig with Arlene by georgina littlejohn Jude keeps mum as his ex-lover has a baby girl Holding the baby: Samantha Burke Silent movie star: Law met fans in New York last night Inbrief Worlds first jab that beats aids SCIENTISTS have developed the worlds first vaccine to offer protection against Aids. The jab cuts the risk of infection from the HIV virus by nearly a third and has been hailed as an historic milestone by experts. A US study used a combination of two jabs which primed the immune system to attack HIV then strengthened its response against the virus. humphrys cant save innocent BBC presenter John Humphrys has failed to halt a housing scheme that threatens to drive a recording studio and the Innocent smoothies factory out of west London. The TV and radio presenter opposed plans to demolish an industrial site in Hammersmith to build 57 homes. Humphrys said he was dismayed as Hammersmith and Fulham council approved the application. hesitation key to penalty win ENGLAND could be successful in next years World Cup if they remember to hesitate when taking penalties. Scientists blame the teams failure in previous shoot-outs on self-regulatory breakdown, which means they rush to get the situation over and done with. Researchers say players who pause for a moment before starting their run-up are more likely to score. index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html48.html49.html50.html51.html