The Apprentice viewers were outraged as Iasha Masood was fired just weeks after making a record-breaking £1.2 million profit in a task.
The latest candidate to be fired from The Apprentice has said he knew fellow contestant Lottie Lion was “difficult” even before filming began.
Shahin Hassan has said that he feels “really gutted and disappointed” after becoming the first candidate to be fired from The Apprentice.
Lord Sugar has said he never sees former Apprentice candidate Katie Hopkins and does not know what she is doing now.
Lord Sugar has said he thinks he will “max out” on starring in The Apprentice after 20 years.
Lord Sugar has described female MPs who criticised Boris Johnson for his comments about murdered MP Jo Cox as “ranting women”.
The Brexit process has made the UK “look inept” and has done the negotiations “no favours”, according to The Apprentice star Claude Littner.
Lord Sugar will whisk 16 aspiring entrepreneurs to South Africa for the first challenge when The Apprentice returns for a new series.
Mark Ronson has hit back at Alan Sugar after The Apprentice star questioned if the superstar musician had any “real talent”.
Lord Alan Sugar has said that he only ever changed “two or three” nappies despite being a father-of-three.
George Galloway has refused to apologise for making allegedly anti-Semitic comments online.
Russ Abbot has led tributes to comedian Freddie Starr, who has died aged 76.
The sacking of BBC broadcaster Danny Baker has prompted some to question how Lord Sugar escaped being fired last year after sharing a tweet that was branded racist.
Piers Morgan has booked Lord Sugar for his ITV series Life Stories, predicting fireworks when the pair face one another in front of a live studio audience.
Lord Sugar has shared a photograph from his wedding day as he celebrates 51 years of marriage.
Piers Morgan has joked that his “sparring partner” Lord Sugar looked good compared to a “gnarled, wizened, 100-year-old warthog” as the entrepreneur celebrated his 72nd birthday.
Omid Djalili was fired by an unimpressed Lord Sugar in the Celebrity Apprentice For Comic Relief special, as the team of female stars won the programme.
Lord Sugar has warned there will be communist statues in Trafalgar Square if Jeremy Corbyn comes to power
Apprentice champion Sian Gabbidon has said she did not let racist taunts in her childhood hold her back from achieving her dreams.
Sian Gabbidon has said she was “speechless” after being named by Lord Sugar as the winner of The Apprentice.
The latest contestant to be fired from The Apprentice has said she stands by her “laser focus” leadership style, despite others claiming it sucked the joy out of the tasks.
Rick Monk is devastated rival Kurran Pooni stayed on The Apprentice after throwing him “under the bus”.
Former Apprentice candidate Alex Finn has been mocked by some viewers after he told Lord Sugar he had a “millionaire’s mindset” mere moments before being fired from the show.
Apprentice hopeful Frank Brooks said it was a “bitter pill to swallow” as he became the third person to be fired from the show by Lord Sugar.
David Alden has said he is “bitterly disappointed” after he became the second contestant to be fired by Lord Sugar in the new series of The Apprentice.
The Apprentice’s 15 candidates are tasked with designing, creating and pitching an augmented reality (AR) comic book in this week’s demanding challenge.
Sarah Byrne has admitted she acted like “a bull in a china shop” as she became the first candidate to be fired by Lord Sugar in the new series of The Apprentice.
The Apprentice’s sixteen new candidates are sent overseas for the first task of the new series for a tricky shopping challenge.
The Apprentice’s Claude Littner has warned he will have his eye out for contestants who are “overly confident” or “a bit jaded” on the new series of the show.
Lord Alan Sugar has said he would rather be host of The Apprentice than the chairman of West Ham or Tottenham Hotspur as he spoke about a controversial tweet he sent during the World Cup.
A Labour MP has said Lord Sugar’s “racist” tweet about the Senegal football team was “extremely offensive” and will have an impact on black candidates who wish to take part in The Apprentice.
A Labour MP has called for the BBC to cut ties with Lord Sugar following his “racist tweet”, in which he likened the Senegal football team to beach vendors in Marbella.