Lady Karren Brady last night scooped the award for ‘Outstanding Contribution to British Business’ at the annual Irish Post Awards in London.
Brady, vice Chairlady of West Ham United and co-star to Alan Sugar on the popular BBC show ‘The Apprentice’, was amongst a host of stars to honoured at the lavish awards ceremony.
So proud to receive the award tonight for Outstanding Contribution to British Business https://t.co/dJUaAPcJUE
— Lady Karren Brady (@karren_brady) November 23, 2017
Snow Patrol guitarist Johnny McDaid was honoured with the Outstanding Contribution to the Music Industry Award for his work on some of 2017 biggest pop songs including Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’; whilst Bob Geldof, Imelda May and Olympic rowers Paul and Gary O’Donovan were also presented with awards.
More than 1,000 guests attended the ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London’s Park Lane, which was hosted by ‘This Morning’s Eamonn Holmes.
@TG4TV did u get one for ruining a football club aswel?
— jarvo (@dannyjarvis1360) November 23, 2017
Shame about your contribution to west ham united
— Mark Lemasurier (@MarkWHUFC88) November 24, 2017
If you class West Ham as a business I think you need to return this award
— Stuart Biden (@sbiden85) November 24, 2017
Amazing winning a award when all you do is spout lies
— 父Dave Probert父 (@HammerSince1962) November 24, 2017
Obviously didn’t take into consideration what you’ve done at West Ham
You already got the award for pissing off thousands of West Ham supporters
— RupertFarquhar-Jones (@rupertfarquhar) November 23, 2017
Yet your current business has thousands of unhappy customers…
— Still Burning (@Still_Burning) November 23, 2017
If the business was hiring David Moyes, the award should be repossessed
— King Brad (@BradleyFarnill) November 24, 2017
— Gavin Lovett coach (@LovettGavin) November 24, 2017
Terrible. Ruined the club I’ve followed for fifty years
— Keith Holden (@keithdholden) November 24, 2017
Have you seen the state of your business recently? Your customers are furious and your product is sub standard.
— Cheeky Pep (@SmiffyIrons) November 23, 2017