Week Three: The Apprentice analysed...

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  • Please can we have some variety? Four employment lawyers saying the same thing does not make for the most interesting reading.
    Surely the most pertinent point was that saying that someone was better looking than someone else was considered more of a taboo than playing the race card?That was the real reason for Yasmina putting forward he ill-conceived view.

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  • Anonymous 12.24pm clearly has no sense of humour.

    Please keep Alan Nicholson reviewing - his unique take is very refreshing

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  • finally people come out and say that it's not okay to get away with racist undertones just because you have a litle bit of black or arab in you. how stupid do those bigots think the rest of the population is? ANYONE - black, white, asian - can be racist. and yasmina is no exception. jade defended herself saying her father was black. that racist sri lankan girl who bullied african makosi said she wasnt racist because of her asian roots. oh for god's sake give us a break! we aren't stupid.

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  • Another great episode, great to see their hateful personalities coming back to the fore.
    As a fellow NI-er I must express my real dislike of Ben! Very much so the least modest and likeable person imaginable.
    I can see Nural (I think that's how you spell it) going next for the same reasons as Madij, nice guy and no doubt perfectly good at what he does but too quiet for this sort of contest.

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