Swindells revealed her win hasn't sunk in.
The new series of The Apprentice has finally reached its epic conclusion.
Reece Donnelly's surprise exit from The Apprentice triggered numerous stories in the press.
Amy Anzel said The Apprentice features exactly the same sort of people every single year.
The TV star is known to be a fan of the soap.
The presenter had been fighting prostate cancer.
His comments came amid plans to sell off government buildings due to civil servants working from home.
The owner of a children's day nursery, a flight operations instructor and a mathematician who has created an equation to measure carbon footprint are among the candidates competing for Lord Sugar's investment.
The newest business partner to jin Lord Sugar has been announced.
Jeremy Vine carried on regardless as a photograph of the late Carry On star was shown with the caption Alan Sugar.
Lord Sugar said COVID protocol on the show, which was filmed in 2021, was so strict but promised 'you will not see a mask'.
The businessman said his colleague's upcoming operation will 'hopefully' be his last.
The businessman is focusing on his recovery after seriously injuring his leg.
The businessman paid tribute to his late sister on social media.
The Apprentice star announced the death of his brother a fortnight ago.
The Apprentice star's brother has died after catching coronavirus.
The comedian was raising money to save the Hackney Empire.
The BBC reality show will not be filmed this year due to social distancing restrictions in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The businessman thinks the UK should follow America's example.
Lord Sugar has accused a 'jobsworth' at the Advertising Standards Authority of making a 'fuss' about nothing.
The 'GMB' host's mother insisted she is 'the proudest Mum in the world'.
As candidate Pamela Laird was walking out of Lord Alan Sugar's office, eagle-eyed viewers spotted the 'lifeless' figure.
The 19-year-old librarian is accused of making racist remark about fellow contestant Lubna Farhan.
The business mogul said travellers were conned out of around £465.
The pillow company owner insists he's a 'changed man' who has learned from his mistakes.