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THE JC’s Power 100 of the most in­flu­en­tial Jews in the coun­try has sparked off plenty of de­bate in the me­dia — mainly about how we could have pos­si­bly have fired (or rather failed to hire) Sir Alan Sugar.

For the record, Sir Alan — who is cer­tainly Jewish and in­flu­en­tial — did not make the list be­cause, ac­cord­ing to one of the judges,

al­though he is a gen­er­ous phi­lan­thropist for Jewish causes, “he does not pur­sue a spe­cific agenda”.

How­ever, just in case Sir Alan is feel­ing left out (and he is cer­tainly not some­one we would like to of­fend), The Diary would like to nom­i­nate him as num­ber one in our own Power 100 as the most en­ter­tain­ing Jew on television (on Wed­nes­day nights).

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