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Katie Price row: Mums of children with special needs defend star’s decision to use government supportWe spoke to four mothers of children with needs similar to those of Harvey here’s what they had to say Share17:56, 30 JAN 2015Updated11:24, 31 JAN 2015Get celebs updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailDebate has been raging on this week both inside and outside the Celebrity Big Brother house about Katie Price’s oldest child.The former glamour model admitted on CBB her disabled son Harvey has a driver and nurse take him to school and the bill is footed by the tax payer.https://www.oakleyscheapsunglasses.com Fellow housemate Katie Hopkins has criticised Price, but others have rushed to her defence.We spoke to four women without the star’s wealth who have experience of raising children with similar needs to those of Harvey, and allowed them to have their say on the debate.1. “Parents who have never had to live in our world have no understanding of it” Harriet Blake, from Manchester, is mum to 15 year old Patrick.Patrick has complex special needs due to a chromosomal abnormality.Harriet said: “As a parent of a child with special needs I totally believe that Harvey has as much right as any other child with complex needs to receive home to school transport, suitable to his needs.”As Katie pointed, out many children in this country receive the same transport that her son does.”I’ve long since learnt that parents who have never had to live in our world will often have totally no understanding of our world, so I don’t care much when they have a negative opinion of it.”2. “How dare people judge” Helen Scowen from Lincolnshire is mum to 13 year old Alisha,cheap oakleys who is a ‘SWAN’ in other words, she has a syndrome without a name.
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Want to thank the elite media for doing something I didn think could be done, former candidate Mike Huckabee told the GOP crowd to cheers, that is unifying the Republican Party in support of John McCain and Sarah Palin. The reporting of the past few days has been tackier than the costume changes at a Madonna concert. Speaking after Huckabee, a snarling Rudy Giuliani decried sexism..