Lord Alan Sugar – We Need To Get Everyone Back To Work: Why My Employees Have Returned to the Office

British business magnate, former political adviser, and host of The Apprentice Lord Alan Sugar is the iconic British business magnate, former political adviser, and host of the long running and hugely popular boardroom-based reality show, The Apprentice. A man whose very name is synonymous with the archetypal rags to riches story, Lord Sugar started out in life from a humble background, selling electrical wares out of the back of a cheap van. His entrepreneurial instincts served him well and he soon founded his own company Amstrad, importing and exporting consumer electrical goods, before venturing into manufacturing. In 1980, Amstrad was listed on the London Stock Exchange, seeing huge profits and a sharp upturn in value on a yearly basis, and off the back of this success with his opportunistic nose for business and a pioneering spirit, he launched the Amstrad CPC 464 8-bit home computer, something that inaugurated Lord Sugar’s personality into the public consciousness. Today, Lord Sugar’s interests range far and wide. His Amshold business empire which includes a property arm Amsprop, a digital advertising company Amscreen and the investment vehicle Amsvest, among a portfolio of concerns. In recognition of his industrious nature and entrepreneurial acumen, Lord Sugar was

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Peter Bleksley – Former Scotland Yard Detective: Why I'm Hunting A Killer Who Has Been On The Run For 15 Years

Peter Bleksley is a former cop and undercover detective turned author, and broadcaster, who spent over twenty years of his life chasing then mixing with some of the most hardened criminals operating in society’s shadows. As a wayward and errant youth, Peter was offered a lifeline at the age 16 which led to him joining the Metropolitan Police and gave some much needed direction to his aimless teenage years. From nicking thieves to being one of the first members of the force on the scene in what turned into the Brixton riots, Peter also spent the best part of his career risking life and limb to bring some of Europe’s most serious criminals and gangsters to justice, foraging in the seedy underbelly of lawlessness by taking on the role of undercover agent at Scotland Yard. Posing as an international drug trafficker, weapons dealer, contract killer and everything in between, Peter’s life was stranger than fiction. However, it all came crashing to an unceremonious halt, as an investigation unravelled leaving Peter’s life in the balance. With no choice but to join the witness protection programme, Peter’s chaotic routine was jolted once more, and the repercussions led to a mental breakdown that

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Texas coronavirus numbers hit record levels as hospitals run out of space

(Natural News) Texas Gov. Gregg Abbott reported Tuesday that the state recorded over 5,000 new Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, setting a record for

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Cops TV Series Cancelled After 33 Seasons Amid Anti-Police Protests

(TMU) — In most mainstream television shows, movies, or books, the police are almost always the heroes of the story, and much of the

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Government announces massive facial recognition ID scheme immediately after Brighton shooting scam

First published on Cairnsnews June 9, 2017 The Federal Government will soon finalise the complete and ultimate facial recognition records for all

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About Rick WilesTruNews Host Like David vs. Goliath, Rick Wiles is a citizen reporter who decided to take on the Big News

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About Jon Rappoport has worked as a free-lance investigative reporter for 30 years. He has written articles on politics, health,

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