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Meet the 18 brash business men and women hoping to win the UK version of 'The Apprentice'

It's back. Yes, for a 12th year, a crop of brash business men and women will do battle for our entertainment on BBC1's hit show "The Apprentice." In typical "Apprentice" style, the class of 2016 promise to be arrogant, ambitious, confrontational, and — very occasionally — competent. Before the show launches on Thursday 6 October at 9 p.m., Business Insider walks you through the candidates so you can get a measure of their talents before they hit the screen.
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