News Dr Leah Totton, right, alongside Apprentice mentor Karren Brady

The first cosmetic skin clinic launched by last year’s winner of The Apprentice, in partnership with Lord Sugar, has opened its doors

Jordan Poulton, Jaz Ampaw-Farr, Kurt Wilson, Francesca MacDuff-Varley, Myles Mordaunt, Natalie Panayi, Alex Mills, Luisa Zissman, with (sitting left to right) Tim Stillwell, Rebecca Slater, Jason Leech, Sophie Lau, Neil Clough, Leah Totton, Zeeshaan Shah, Uzma Yakoob, the contestants in this year's BBC programme, The Apprentice.

The Apprentice 2013 contestants revealed: Get ready for new format and 'all the usual clichés'

The Apprentice is back, but this time with a bit of a twist.

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Former Dragon's Den star Hilary Devey says she knows nothing about her replacement on the BBC show - except that "she likes taupe".

The action brought by Stella English suggests that being hired is a fate far worse than being fired. Is she right?

What happens after you win The Apprentice? Past protégés describe the unique experience of working for Lord Sugar

An tribunal has heard that winning the TV reality show may not be all its cracked up to be. Tom Peck speaks to past victors

Lord Sugar and Stella English

Lord Sugar says Apprentice winner Stella English is effectively blackmailing him

He told the East London Tribunal Centre he feels he has no case to answer over claims Ms English was treated as an 'overpaid lackey'

Executive denies telling Apprentice winner Stella English there was no job for her

A senior executive at one of millionaire businessman Lord Sugar's companies denied telling former winner of The Apprentice Stella English that there was no job for her.

Lord Sugar attacks 'claim culture' and says he has 'no intention' of paying Apprentice winner Stella English

Lord Sugar said he had spoken about a "new wave of claim culture" in the House of Lords

Stella English with Lord Sugar after becoming the Apprentice winner in 2010

'An untrusting and suspicious person': Lord Sugar tells tribunal his side of the story about Apprentice winner Stella English

The former Apprentice winner suing Lord Sugar for constructive dismissal was an “untrusting and suspicious person,” the millionaire business mogul has claimed.

Stella English with Lord Sugar after becoming the Apprentice winner in 2010

'Nice girl. Don't do a lot': reality of life as the 'Apprentice' Lord Sugar barely saw

Winner of series making constructive dismissal claim against mogul says she had nothing to do

Ashleigh Porter-Exley wins Young Apprentice

Teenager Ashleigh Porter-Exley has triumphed as the Young Apprentice after impressing show boss Lord Sugar with her "utter graft" and her skills as a wannabe tycoon.

Poll: what was your favourite Twitter spat of 2012?

As Twitter releases a tranche of data looking at the trends and top tweets of the year, we've got an alternative list. What was your favourite spat?

Television review: Young Apprentice episode six: hair we go

This week the teams had to come up with their own hair styling product and make an ad campaign for it, then pitch it to a group of advertising professionals. Easy really.

Mental health academic warns of reality TV 'threat to British psyche'

Reality television’s obsession with the “emotional meltdown of losers” is damaging the British psyche – creating a society in which we revel in seeing people hacked to pieces, a leading mental health academic has warned.

Francis Boulle: Everyone wants to be him

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Last Night's Viewing: Young Apprentice, BBC1
The Year the Town Hall Shrank, BBC4

It must be something of a relief for the BBC to get Young Apprentice back on air. Look, it can say, here's a star broadcaster we can be absolutely confident is safe with teenagers. Lord Sugar might jab his stubby finger at them from time to time and growl dyspeptically about cost-control, but at least there won't be anything untoward going on.

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