You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeKatie Price has been separated from her son in intensive care and warned that the next 48 hours are The 42 year old former glamour model headed home while Harvey, 18, remains in a stable condition in hospital, reports the Daily Mirror.It has been devastating for the mother of five as she cannot stay at her son hospital bedside because of the strict rules surrounding coronavirus in place.Medics are keeping a close eye on the teenager, who has a number of medical conditions, and he is expected to undergo tests.He has had major problems breathing and his temperature spiked.A source said Harvey is being round the clock A representative for Katie Price told MailOnline : “He has had chest pains and a temperature. An extremely high temp. It was 42.
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On Wednesday, after hours of debate stretching over several evenings, the Ventura City Council voted to remove an iconic Serra statue that in one form or another had stood in the city center since 1936.The fall of the founder of California’s missions should surprise no one. For generations, a divide has been growing between the historical Serra who devoted himself to the universalism of Catholicism, the suppression of individualism, and the renunciation of worldly things and the modern state of California to which his legacy is bound.Add to those incongruities a heightened awareness of the harm that indigenous people endured in the missions where Franciscans assaulted their cultures and where diseases battered their communities and it is no wonder that reminders of Serra’s life and work provoke pain, anger and calls for removal, especially in a time of fervent demands that those in power (now and in the past) be held accountable for their wrongs.And yet, we should consider what will be lost if his image and name disappear from the public square. If we cancel Serra, we could further “whiten” American history, or at least the part of it we popularize.