Lord Alan Sugar tells outgoing US president and one time Apprentice counterpart Donald Trump 'You’re fired'
Lord Sugar has branded former friend Piers Morgan a 'deluded pillock' and makes Adolf Hitler comparison on social media
Lord Sugar has accused a 'jobsworth' at the Advertising Standards Authority of making a 'fuss' about nothing.
Lord Sugar told the candidate he would "be an embarrassment" to his children in years to come with his "horrible" inkings.
As candidate Pamela Laird was walking out of Lord Alan Sugar's office, eagle-eyed viewers spotted the 'lifeless' figure.
The para-athlete said that he's 'still waiting' for certain comments that were made during filming to be addressed.
The Apprentice star has called for people "promoting" non-binary pronouns to be "sent away".
Sugar: "Boris has got a good chance because he's a likeable chap and from my point of view, anybody who can stop Corbyn being elected, I would back them."
Lord Alan Sugar has defended The Apprentice’s aftercare process in wake of the deaths of Love Island stars Mike Thalassitis and Sophie Gradon, as well The Jeremy Kyle Show contestant Steve Dymond.
Arsenal-supporting Morgan took to social media to rue his ‘day from Hell’ yesterday, which saw him experience the pain of childbirth, be the victim of a theft, and then watch miserably as Tottenham reached the Champions League final.
The Apprentice boss also faced accusations of racism after he tweeted a picture of the Senegal World Cup football team, comparing them to beach vendors in Marbella.
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A fleet of four black cars, sixteen wheelie suitcases, early morning phone calls and a bunch of bold claims. It can only mean one thing… The Apprentice is back!Returning to BBC One at 9pm and airing weekly on Wednesdays from 3 October 2018, and available live and on-demand on BBC iPlayer.This year’s series sees sixteen budding entrepreneurs put through their paces by business heavyweight Lord Sugar as the search for his next business partner begins. Baroness Brady and Claude Littner resume duties as Lord Sugar’s trusted advisors and his ‘eyes and ears’ on the tasks, reporting back on the candidates’ every decision in the boardroom.Now it’s time to meet the wannabe business moguls taking part in this year’s show.Read moreDr Ranj struggling with Strictly scheduleCelebrity Island star reveals shocking weight lossStar reveals Strictly costume surprise