Fired con­tes­tant hits out at Lord Sugar

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - UK & World Update -

AP­PREN­TICE con­tes­tant Azhar Sid­dique be­rated Lord Sugar for “mak­ing the wrong decision” af­ter he be­came the lat­est hopeful to be fired. The 33-year-old founder and man­ag­ing di­rec­tor of a cater­ing and re­frig­er­a­tion com­pany from Manch­ester reck­oned he was shown the way out from the BBC show be­cause he was “a threat”, fol­low­ing team Phoenix’s loss at the lat­est task. Each team had to buy whole­sale prod­ucts, sell them at a profit and then rein­vest in the most pop­u­lar stock. Team Ster­ling - led by Nick Holzherr - tri­umphed with to­tal as­sets of £955.20, com­pared with £838.21 for Phoenix, which had Jade Nash in her first role as project man­ager.

VIC­TO­RIA BECK­HAM (pic­tured) has re­vealed she re­cently set off on the school run and left son Brook­lyn at home. The 38-year-old fash­ion de­signer and busy work­ing mum to Brook­lyn, 13, Romeo, nine, Cruz, seven, and nine-month-old daugh­ter Harper, told Van­ity Fair mag­a­zine she for­got her teenage son on a busy morn­ing. Vic­to­ria ex­plained: “I jump in my Range Rover, put the car seat in, put my ipod on – ob­vi­ously very im­por- “Amaz­ing guy, amaz­ing per­son­al­ity, noth­ing but a gentleman. Dance comes from the heart and that’s one thing Jeremy has - a big heart” Joseph Ko­niak, who is be­lea­guered Cul­ture Sec­re­tary Jeremy Hunt’s danc­ing teacher. “I can’t be­lieve the cost of Olympic mer­chan­dise. It’s a gen­uine scan­dal. I can eas­ily af­ford it, but I care about those who can’t - and “I doubt I shall re­turn to the law. It in­volves an itchy wig, spend­ing time with criminals and won­der­ing what might have been” Broad­caster Sandi Toksvig on her for­mer oc­cu­pa­tion. “The next one will be even more sexy be­cause it’s ac­tu­ally got more of me in it. Don’t for­get I was “My only con­di­tion is that there be Mup­pets in­volved, and that is non-ne­go­tiable” Hil­lary Clin­ton turns down a role in a TV com­edy, but hints that one day it might hap­pen. FRANKIE Valli, singer, 78; Mary Hop­kin, singer, 62; Christopher Cross, singer, 61; Ben El­ton, co­me­dian, 53; David Ball, singer, 53; Kathy Cook, for­mer ath­lete, 52; Steve Mcclaren, foot­ball man­ager, 51; Rob Bry­don, ac­tor/co­me­dian, 47.

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