'Doctors could be very cunning ... We must give doctors reasonable profits.' Secretary for Health, Welfare and Food York Chow Yat-ngok, warning that private doctors would find loopholes unless proposed health reforms have safeguards in place that also guarantee a reasonable return. 'It was the devil's work and commands what I can only call awe and horror for the total lack of morality or legality. It was wrongful, inequitable, against the conscience and not bona fide.' Mr Justice William Waung Sik-ying, in a High Court judgment against HSBC for forcing troubled Esquire (Electronics) Limited to sell its flagship property and then liquidating it when it raised questions over the sale. 'I don't think I would be able to pick out my own brother. It is time the police came back into the real world.' District Court Judge Fergal Sweeney, saying it was absurd for the police to grant a suspect in a fraud case the right to disguise himself in an identification parade.