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Lord Alan Sugar could quit The Apprentice in 2024

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Lord Alan Sugar could quit The Apprentice in 2024

Lord Alan Sugar could quit The Apprentice in 2024

Lord Alan Sugar has hinted he could quit 'The Apprentice' in 2024 after completing 20 series of the BBC programme because it "sounds a round figure" to bow out on.

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