Business magnate Lord Alan Sugar will be in Oxford next week.

The no-nonsense Apprentice star will be in the city to speak at the Oxford Union, the University of Oxford’s debating society.

A well-known figure in the business world, Lord Sugar is also an author, politician and media personality.

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Lord Sugar founded electronics company Amstrad at just 21-years old and later sold the business for £125 million.

A keen football fan, he was also the chairman of Tottenham Hotspur FC for 10 years.

More commonly, Lord Sugar is known as the boss on The Apprentice and is famous for his no-nonsense quips and phrase “you’re fired”.

He is estimated to be worth £1.21 billion.

Lord Alan Sugar will speak at the Oxford Union on next Tuesday (May 24) at 8pm.


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