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This Year's "Apprentice" Candidates Are As Stupidly Ambitious As Ever

Prepare to get angry, because The Apprentice UK is back on our screens.

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Mark Wright doesn't just walk the walk.

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The sales manager says he's got his whole life planned out – he knows what he's doing "tomorrow, in five years, in 10 years, and when I'm 85".

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Scott McCulloch knows absolutely everything.

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He's a clinical development strategist and says he is a mixture between Gandhi ("because he helped mankind") and The Wolf of Wall Street. Sounds charming.

Solomon Akhtar has multiple tentacles.

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The technology entrepreneur says if he can do that with every single task then he has a good chance of winning. Good luck with those tentacles.

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Daniel Lassman can sell stuff to people who can't sew.

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This director of a pub quiz company says he always "walks into a room with presence", and that once he has arrived "the person knows that I'm here".

Robert Goodwin is the most interesting-looking one.

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Why? Well, the marketing manager explains that some of it is to do with the fact that others are wearing suits. He's not wearing a suit. He's wearing a jacket and a T-shirt.

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Lindsay Booth is full of FLAMES, or something.

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The owner of a swimming academy says that although others might underestimate her because she doesn't have enough experience, she's very determined.

The Apprentice starts next Tuesday at 9 p.m. on BBC One.

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