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Stockwell Park High has put two cameras in each of its 28 classrooms, plus 40 cameras in other areas throughout the building. The sys- tem costs 60,000 a year to run. The Association of Teachers and Lecturers said it had grave concerns the school was taking the concept to an extreme and compared its approach to George Orwells Big Brother. Judette Tapper, headteacher at the 985-pupil school, said the cameras were to help deal with rare incidents and act as a deterrent to misbehaviour. She added: The system gives teachers a real sense of security and reassurance. It also helps to combat bullying and aggressive behaviour. BY GEORGINA LITTLEJOHN World at a glance SarkozyandBrunitoldtocutexpenses afterspending660adayonflowers FRENCH president Nicolas Sarkozy and Carla Bruni have been ordered to rein in their expenses after it emerged they were spending more than 660 a day on flowers. At 241,000, their annual payment to florists is even greater than that of Elton John, who reportedly spends 460 a day on flowers. The spending emerged in accounts for 2008 -- Mr Sarkozys first full year in office, during which he married the supermodel and singer. He is also said to have used taxpayers money to settle 3,000 worth of fines for late payment of fuel bills. In the report, Philippe Seguin, Frances national auditor, revealed he had ordered Mr Sarkozy to pay back 12,000 in personal expenses which he had put through on public accounts. The figures were part of the first state audit of a French leaders spending since the reign of Louis XVI, whose outrageous spending with Marie Antoinette was one of the causes of the 1789 French Revolution.Blooming expensive: Bruni Picture of the day Taking cover: Filipino children at a school near Manila use their notebooks to protect their heads from falling objects during a nationwide earthquake drill which involved more than 7,000 people. 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