Hibah Ansary has become the second Junior Apprentice hopeful to be sent packing by Lord Sugar, after her team failed to make a single sale in their latest task on the BBC One show.

This week saw the two teams asked to invent a new camping accessory, which Hibah’s team opted to make out of cardboard.

Hibah, 16, from Manchester, was on team Revolution, who created a multi-purpose storage unit called Flex N Store.

She helped with the photoshoot to promote the invention, but the task fell apart when the team struggled to put up a tent.

Meanwhile, team Instinct invented a trolley aimed at festival-goers, named Slide Stuff.

After pitching their goods to retail giants including Argos, Instinct shifted a total of 3,100 units – while Revolution sold none.

Attention soon turned to candidate Emma Walker’s questionable decision to create a camping product made out of cardboard.

Emma said: “I don’t think I should be criticised for coming up with the best idea that we had.”

But Lord Sugar’s aide Nick Hewer interrupted: “I think it was a terrible idea. Cardboard and camping equals soggy.”