Thatcher's ideological mentor urged her to run a 'campaign of fear' to cut teenage pregnancies Details discovered in official papers released by the National Archives Education Secretary Sir Keith Joseph pressed for a series of 'scare' filmsDubbed the 'Mad Monk', he was one of Thatcher's closest cabinet allies | UPDATED: 14:15 GMT, 28 December 2012 Margaret Thatcher's 'ideological mentor' urged her to run a campaign of fear to deter teenage girls from becoming pregnant, according to newly published files. Education Secretary Sir Keith Joseph wanted the Government to produce a series of 'scare' films in an attempt to curb the number of pregnancies among immature adolescents from 'the least good homes'. Joseph – one of Mrs Thatchers closest Cabinet allies – believed a 'sharply rising trend' of bad parenting was a 'major cause of poor education and crime', and he had no doubt who was responsible, according to official papers released by the National Archives under the 30-year rule
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Muslim Brotherhood 'paying gangs to go out and rape women and beat men protesting in Egypt' as thousands of demonstrators pour on to the streets Activists claim there have been nearly 20 attacks in the last 10 days Country has seen rise in mob sex attacks on protestors in the last yearDemonstrators in Tahrir Square yesterday protested against a draft constitution approved by allies of President MorsiMuslim Brotherhood today marched in support of the president | UPDATED: 21:31 GMT, 1 December 2012 Egypt's ruling party is paying gangs of thugs to sexually assault women protesting in Cairo's Tahrir Square against President Mohamed Morsi, activists said. They also said the Muslim Brotherhood is paying gangs to beat up men who are taking part in the latest round of protests, which followed a decree by President Morsi to give himself sweeping new powers
The thin blue gravy train: How new police commissioners are appointing their friends as deputies – on up to 68,000 a yearNew unelected jobs are being created even though police and crime commissioners (PCCs) already have offices full of staffMany have handed them to friends and political alliesUse of taxpayers’ money to put PCC's 'mates in cushy jobs' will damage public confidence, expert warns | UPDATED: 08:07 GMT, 2 December 2012 The row over the cost of Britain’s police commissioners grew last night after a Mail on Sunday investigation found that more than a dozen of them have appointed deputies on wages of up to 68,000. Just weeks after the 75 million vote that saw a record low turnout for a national election, a third of the crime chiefs are giving jobs to councillors, magistrates and former police officers to help them in their roles