He has become the latest high-profile figure to attack Mr Corbyn over Labour’s embarrassing student debt u-turn.
The former Labour peer took to Twitter to lambast Mr Corbyn, accusing him of alluding to clearing student debt in order to win votes from “young impressionable people”.Related articles
GETTY/BBCLord Sugar has told the Labour leader to resign after winning votes 'with false promises'
I think you should step down and let someone else rescue the Labour party. You got votes with false promises
Mr Corbyn made the apparent promise to young voters in an interview with the NME, in June. However, he has since backtracked on his promise about clearing the £76billion owed by English and EU students studying in England during a BBC appearance.
But his comments are at odds with a crucial member of his shadow cabinet, Imran Hussain, who told students during the recent election campaign that “every existing student will have all their debts wiped off”.
Now Lord Sugar, who became a household name following his appearances in the BBC TV Series The Apprentice, has blasted the party leader for misleading young voters.
The business magnate tweeted: “It's clear you alluded to students refunds to get votes from young impressionable people. You are a cheat and should resign.
PASpeaking to Andrew Marr, Corbyn denied wiping student debt was a Labour manifesto pledge
“I think you should step down and let someone else rescue the Labour party. You got votes