Derbyshire’s James Hill makes it through to another round of Apprentice

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Chesterfield’s own James Hill fought the good fight in the boardroom on last night’s Apprentice – dodging being fired by Lord Sugar to make it through to another week.

The 26–year–old was part of the losing team and was chosen to go back into the boardroom by the project manager who blamed him for selling candles at too low a price.

In a back and forth debate with Lord Sugar, the plucky young businessman compared himself to the multi-millionaire, only to be told he had the “wrong attitude”.

Despite this, James – who among his business achievements owns Havana Whites in Chesterfield – was saved.

Lord Sugar instead fired Nurun Ahmed and Lindsay Booth.