As you know Sneak is a lover of all things green. So Sneak was delighted to learn that Alan "I don't like bullshitters" Sugar has appointed his latest Apprentice, Michelle Dewberry (you know, the blonde one with the whining voice and artificial eyebrows), to head up Xenon Green, a new business for disposing of IT equipment in an environmentally-friendly manner.
It is particularly encouraging to note that "Suralan", the man behind the oh-so environmentally sound Amstrad PCW512 that Sneak had to lob in a skip in 1987 due to it having a floppy-drive format supported by nobody else on earth, now sees safe IT disposal as critical. So critical, in fact, that he is putting this vital new company under the sole charge of a 26-year-old telecoms consultant who got the job by proving she has what it takes to sell second-hand cars and work in TopShop.
Let's hope no one asks her to explain what WEEE is.
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