At the Social Affairs Unit, Dalrymple proposes a better use for the UK’s ubiquitous CCTV cameras:
The government, apparently, is thinking of installing closed circuit
television cameras in the homes of the 20,000 worst behaved families,
or rather households, in Britain, so that they are under surveillance
twenty-four hours a day.
I have a better idea, in fact a far better idea: instead of the
20,000 households, government ministers should themselves be under
twenty-four hour video surveillance.