Thousands of troubled families in England will soon be monitored by their government through video cameras in their homes.
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The London Daily Express reported the cameras will make sure the "children attend school, go to bed on time and eat proper meals."
There will also be a large force of private security guards that will come around to do home inspections.
The plan is already being implemented with 2,000 families. The British government now plans to expand that to 20,000.
The surveillance program will cost more than 400 million British pounds or $700 million in U.S. dollars.