Lord Sugar’s adviser on The Apprentice Nick Hewer is to leave the BBC One show after a decade.
The 70-year-old PR expert has appeared on the UK version of the programme since it started in 2005.
He has worked with Lord Sugar since 1983 when he began promoting the Labour peer’s Amstrad electronics brand.
Hewer said he thought it was the “appropriate time” to step down but that his departure was with “relief tinged with regret”.
His exit was announced as he filmed the final of this year’s series, which will be screened on Sunday at 21:00 GMT.
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