I REFER to several articles on the plight of general practitioners in the press recently, especially the points brought up by Dr John Teo of Sabah.
INCORRIGIBLE — that was what used to describe children with attitude. They were naughty, able to hotwire cars and take them for joyrides. When caught by the police, they end up in a reform school, like the Henry Gurney School in Melaka for boys. Wayward girls, meanwhile, had their own reform establishment.