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Emilia Clarke plays Kate, who works in a year-round Christmas goods store, in Last Christmas, directed by Paul Feig. Jonathan Prime/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Emilia Clarke On 'Last Christmas,' Brexit And Life After 'Game Of Thrones'

Her new romantic comedy, also starring Henry Golding, is set to George Michael tunes, was co-written by Emma Thompson and takes place in London in winter.

Kate Clyatt, 28, works seasonally as a ranch hand in southwest Montana, and relies on the state's Medicaid program for health coverage. "Ranching is just not a job with a lot of money in it," Clyatt says. "I don't know at what point I'm going to be able to get off of Medicaid." Corin Cates-Carney/Montana Public Radio hide caption

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Rural Seasonal Workers Worry About Montana Medicaid's Work Requirements

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Emilia Clarke plays Kate, who works in a year-round Christmas goods store, in Last Christmas, directed by Paul Feig. Jonathan Prime/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Emilia Clarke On 'Last Christmas,' Brexit And Life After 'Game Of Thrones'

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