- We love sitting down to watch new episodes of Dragons' Den, which has recently returned to screens with a new series - and line-up of fearsome investors ready to part with their cash. Collectively, the Dragons have invested millions of pounds into the businesses of hopeful entrepreneurs who have dared to enter the den across the show's 16-year history. But which ones actually took off? Keep reading for five success stories from the show… WATCH: Former Dragon Duncan Bannatyne's proposal details r
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Celebrities Ross Kemp, Gary Lineker and Lorraine Kelly have been promoting Thank You Day on Sunday June 5.Thanks for your feedback!
- NewsThe Guardian
Gareth Southgate urges UK to hold huge ‘thank you’ party for Queen’s jubilee . England manager wants millions to take part in neighbourhood celebrations for ‘National Thank You Day’Thanks for your feedback!
- CelebrityYahoo Finance UK
British-Jamaican chef, musician and entrepreneur Levi Roots speaks to Yahoo Finance UK on his first job, influential boss and mentor.Thanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentThe Guardian
Sathnam Sanghera takes an emotional look at how the British empire shaped modern Britain. Plus: it’s musicals weeks on Strictly. Here’s what to watch this eveningThanks for your feedback!
- LifestyleBANG Showbiz
Levi Roots had to tone down his Reggae Reggae Sauce recipe so white people could handle the spicy taste.Thanks for your feedback!
- BusinessThe Independent
Hit BBC business series has failed to foresee the potential of some fairly major innovations over the course of its 18-series run, from wheeled suitcases for children to Brewdog’s craft beer rangeThanks for your feedback!
- BusinessThe Guardian
Business chiefs say their advice ignored in No 10’s race reportEnterprise section ‘laughably simplistic’ and looked to TV programme Dragons’ Den for answers While the commission acknowledged that BAME business owners were disproportionately declined for lending, it also claimed ‘there is no evidence of racial discrimination by banks’. Photograph: Westend61 GmbH/Alamy Stock PhotoThanks for your feedback!
- BusinessEvening Standard
Last week, the Standard revealed how the business titans of the BBC’s Dragons Den have missed out on billions after declaring ‘I’m out!’ to entrepreneurs who have gone on to enjoy spectacular success. Back in 2007, reggae singer and chef Levi Roots pitched his spicy Reggae Reggae Sauce to the Dragons’ and successfully managed to secure £50,000 to manufacture his product. In return, Levi Roots was offering 20% of the equity in his business.Thanks for your feedback!
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The TV chef and musician will be involved in this weekend's festivities.Thanks for your feedback!
- EntertainmentEvening Standard
Greta Thunberg changes name to Sharon on Twitter after Amanda Henderson's Celebrity Mastermind mix-up
Teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg has changed her name to Sharon on Twitter after a clip of Amanda Henderson on Celebrity Mastermind went viral.The Casualty actress gave Greta an entirely new name when asked by host John Humphrys to identify the Swedish teenager while she sat in the famous black chair.Thanks for your feedback!