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Lord Alan Sugar labels people who work from home ‘lazy gits’ and calls for pay cuts
The Apprentice boss Lord Alan Sugar has blasted employees who work from home as “lazy gits” and called for them to be given a pay cut.Sugar, 75, has expressed his fury about “lazy” staff who carry out their jobs remotely, accusing them of slacking off, fuming: "Most watch more TV than work."The hot-tempered entrepreneur has now posted a blistering rant on social media after watching a segment on Good Morning Britain when the panel debated on whether it’s time to start subsidising employees who work from home.READ NEXT: Ian Wright calls out Alan Sugar for "f****** foolishness" over Women's Euros tweetsDuring the debate, business owner Geeta Sidhu-Robb argued that employees working remotely actually saves businesses money and that workers should be valued wherever they carry out their jobs.Tina Knight, however, said that employees working from home are saving money on travel costs and it’s not viable for many companies to pay their employees more.The debate left Lord Sugar seeing red as he took to social media to blast the idea of workers being paid more and instead called for pay cuts for remote workers.He raged: “GMB are saying people who work from home should be paid more to keep warm as companies are saving money while the workers are away.“RUBBISH they have to pay rent, heating, and rates with or without a full workplace.
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Gladiators return confirmed as BBC welcomes new 'superhumans' to iconic show
BBC have confirmed that the popular programme Gladiators will be returning to screens next year.With a new generation of "superhumans" lined-up already to take on competitors across the country, we can already feel that this will not be a series that fans will want to miss.The programme has been revamped and taken over by BBC One and will be available to watch next year on iPlayer as contestants battle it out in the "ultimate test of speed and strength".READ MORE: Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney bought Wrexham after deciding to make a documentaryGladiators had originally run from 1992 for an eight-year period – drawing in huge success from audiences across the globe.Host Ulrika Jonsson and Gladiators Jet, Nightshade, Hunter, Wolf and Lightning shot to fame, with all becoming popular household names.In 2008 the programme did return to Sky for one year with Kirsty Gallacher and Ian Wright taking to the hosting helm, taking over from the Swedish TV star Ulrika and her co-star John Fashanu.The BBC is keeping tight-lipped over who will be taking part in the 11-episode series that is due to launch next year, but filming has been confirmed for Utilita Arena in Sheffield.BBC director Kate Phillips said: "Gladiators is back and a whole new generation of viewers can now look forward to watching a Saturday night spectacle like no other."Will the contenders have the will and the skill to succeed against our mighty new Gladiators? You’ll have to tune in to find out."Scot Cru, executive vice president of global formats and Unscripted Content for MGM Television, saying: "Gladiators is a format that resonates with viewers worldwide."We are thrilled to bring this revered series to the BBC and can’t wait to introduce our UK
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Coleen Rooney 'confident' of Rebekah Vardy trial win as she enjoys family time abroad
A post shared by Wayne Rooney (@waynerooney)"She has told friends she will be vindicated and she feels relieved that her truth is out there."This whole saga has been very painful."She isn't counting her chickens as she knows the ultimate decision lies with the judge – but she's adamant she has told the truth throughout and that justice will prevail," they told the Sunday Mirror.Last week, the couple skipped the last day of the trial to jet off for the family break.Rebekah Vardy arrived at the High Court alone.At the time, an insider explained that the couple thought the case would be over and didn't want to disappoint their four sons."It’s been a long and gruelling process for both Wayne and Coleen and they didn’t want to disappoint their children," the source claimed to MailOnline.Rebekah arrived on the last day of the trial at 10am without her husband Jamie, as he was playing for Leicester City in their game against Chelsea.Rebekah is suing Coleen for libel after the mother of four accused her of leaking information from her private Instagram account to The Sun.After sharing the sun-soaked family holiday pic, fans of the former footballer flocked to the post to comment.Former Emmerdale star Kelvin Fletcher liked the sweet snap, while Steven Gerrard left two heart emojis.Footballing star Philip Nevile did the same, which broadcaster Ian Wright left a heart face.Coleen has maintained her silence throughout the court case, posting on Instagram to pay tribute to her mum on her birthday.She shared an adorable picture with her mum for her birthday in view of her 925,000 Instagram followers.Coleen captioned the picture: “Happy Birthday to an extremely special person, My Mum.“Have the best time celebrating, I love you so much
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Inside Bradley Walsh’s jaw-dropping net worth – and former football career
Bradley Walsh will appear on Desert Island Discs this weekend as he shares thoughts on his interesting life and career so far.The show talks to all manner of famous and interesting people, from wartime doctors to celebrities like Ricky Gervais, Ian Wright and Richard Osman.Episodes can often become emotional as celebrity guests look back on the ups and downs in their lives, and the soundtrack they feel accompanies it.Despite an impressive career, Bradley, 61, has indicated he may consider retiring soon.The Chase host said: "You know what, in a couple of years time I won’t have to do any of it, I’ll be retired and that’ll be it."Footballer turned presenter and actor has had a varied career, becoming one of the most famous faces in Britain thanks to his roles as a quiz show host on The Chase in particular.Bradley Walsh is reported to have a jaw-dropping net worth of £20million, including £12.5mil in assets.It was revealed in 2018 that Bradley had earned £9.2mil in the two years before, allowing him to live in an Essex mansion complete with a pool.He owns the company Wingit Productions alongside his wife Donna Derby, itself believed to be worth £12.3mil, according to the Sun.He and Donna, who once appeared in the music video for Simply Irresistible by Robert Palmer, have been married since 1997.They share one son, Barney, who features alongside Walsh in the show Bradley Walsh & Son: Breaking Dad. Bradley also has a daughter from a previous relationship.He's now spent 40 years in showbiz, but his face first became nationally recognised when he presented the National Lottery.He remains best-known for presenting the chase and acting credits in Coronation Street as Danny Baldwin and in Doctor Who as Graham O'Brien.
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‘Don’t know how she did it’ Kate Garraway hailed by GMB co-star over ‘brave’ response
Good Morning Britain presenter Richard Arnold spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk about his co-star Kate Garraway whilst presenting at the Ideal Home Show, in partnership with NatWest.The star began by talking about the support Kate was getting from their ITV team in light of her husband Derek Draper’s life-threatening battle with Covid, before going on to discuss her brave antics while competing on hit show I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in 2019.Richard, 52, recalled watching his GMB colleague Kate, 54, compete on ITV’s I’m A Celebrity just before the pandemic completely changed everything.Kate is currently providing round-the-clock care for her husband Derek Draper, 54, who returned home from hospital in April 2021 after a year-long battle with Covid that almost cost him his life.The popular presenter competed on the 2019 series of I’m A Celebrity alongside the likes of Andy Whyment, Ian Wright, Nadine Coyle and series winner Jacqueline Jossa.Richard remembered how, before she had even entered the Australian jungle, Kate had to face a terrifying 334ft plank walk.When asked about Kate’s brave stint in the jungle, he said: “I know, I don't know how to this day she walked that plank.“That day they have the challenge for you to step out on the plank on that skyscraper…“I mean, that's the one thing I couldn't do - anything to do with heights,” he confessed.“In all honesty, if they threw me out of the plane, I'd be more grateful.“There's something about being on a man-made structure that chills my water,” he continued.“But if they're going to throw me from a balloon or a plane, and I'm strapped to someone who knows what they're doing, then I'd happily take that over walking the plank.”During the interview, Richard also
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Terry and Aguero lead shortlist for the Premier League's Hall of Fame
Video: Guardiola reacts as Man City reach FA Cup semi-finals (Daily Mail)Rishi's rabbit out of the hat! 5% income tax cut by 2024Boris awkwardly congratulates Rishi after delivering Spring StatementRishi's small businesses boost: Employment allowance increases to £5kRishi Sunak delivers Spring Statement as cost-of-living soarsPM commits to closing loophole allowing P&O to pay under min wagePeople being treated after chlorine leak at London's Olympic ParkBoris Johnson calls for independent regulator in football at PMQ'sPM slammed at PMQs after Tories abstain from 'fire and rehire' voteSNP leader Ian Blackford grills PM on inflation & NI increasePM says Britain needs to end phobia of domestic oil and gasZelensky asks Japan to introduce trade embargo on Russian goodsBoris Johnson confirms he didn't read report about P&O mass sackingBoris Johnson praises UK's homing of Ukrainian refugee schemesBoris Johnson 'concerned' by report of Child Q being strip searchedBoris Johnson leaves Number 10 to attend PMQs in the CommonsLavrov: NATO peacekeepers in Ukraine could lead to clash with RussiaCech won every honour possible in his 11-year stint with Chelsea, including four top-flight trophies. The shot-stopper helped the club to their first title in 50 years by keeping 24 clean sheets and set a Premier League record at the time by going 1,024 minutes without conceding a goal.