Milo Yiannopoulos

Milo Yiannopoulos is an Associate Editor at Breitbart London. He is one of the best-known technology and media commentators in Europe. He writes a weekly column for Business Insider on technology, media and politics.

His writing has appeared in the Telegraph, the Wall Street Journal, the Times, WIRED, the Observer, the Spectator, Attitude and many other places. He appears regularly on television and radio discussing society, media, politics and of course technology.

In 2011, he founded online tabloid magazine The Kernel, which covered internet and pop culture, and sold it to Daily Dot Media in January 2014. He is a regular speaker on the technology conference circuit and was twice named one of the 100 most influential people in Britain’s digital economy by WIRED.

Milo has been called a “rising star of the Right” by the Spectator, the “pit bull of tech media” in a profile by the Observer, “digital media’s Citizen Kane” by Forbes magazine and a “cynical, ignorant f*cker” by Stephen Fry.


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An Independent Scotland? Please, God, Let it Happen!

In polite society, the correct opinion to hold about Scottish independence is that the Union must stay together. But I've been wondering: might not England thrive, freed from the yoke of those whining, kilted leeches? The more you think about it, the more persuasive the argument seems to be Aug 25, 2014 4:52 AM PT

Is Saying No to Another Pair of Heels 'Domestic Abuse'?

Has your wife ever complained that you don't pay her enough attention? Ever heard the cry, "Why don't you buy me nice things any more?" Does your beloved sometimes whinge when you put your foot down about her lacklustre cleaning, despite the fact that it's all she contributes to the household? Bad luck: if Home Secretary Theresa May gets her way, you could be headed for the slammer Aug 21, 2014 1:21 AM PT

Laptops for Layabouts: Why is The British Govt Buying People Computers?

They're not disabled. They don't have learning difficulties. They're not elderly or otherwise infirm. Nor are they even necessarily all that hard up. So why are 25,000 Brits about to get free computers from the government, in an act of charity that could cost the taxpayer millions? Aug 20, 2014 7:27 AM PT

America's New Plutocrats: Why Twitter's Jack Dorsey is Tweeting from Ferguson

Jack Dorsey, the billionaire co-founder of Twitter and chief executive of payments startup Square, is tweeting, Vining and marching in Ferguson this week, where a young black man was shot by a police officer, sparking riots, looting and protests. It's tough to imagine any other billionaire getting himself out on the streets of Missouri Aug 19, 2014 5:42 AM PT

Kosher vs Halal is a Battle for the Soul of our Supermarkets

In the red corner, a peaceful, creative, successful and admired diaspora that has gifted economic and cultural bounties wherever it has settled. In the blue corner, bigoted vandals, in hock to an ugly and violent ideology, bullying others while playing the victim and demanding special treatment. Guess who our supine supermarkets are sucking up to? Why, the bullies and bigots, of course Aug 18, 2014 5:38 AM PT

This week in stupid: Edward Snowden

Props to WIRED magazine for getting the interview everyone wanted: a full-length on the record with Edward Snowden from his Russian hideout. But that cover! Oh, that cover. The full image has to be seen to be believed. It would have been a provocative sight were Snowden not so comically dorky-looking. And, you know, a traitor. Aug 15, 2014 9:07 AM PT

12-Year-Old Console Gamers are Being 'Raped' by Dorky Weirdos on Grand Theft Auto

Grand Theft Auto (GTA) Online has become a sex-saturated virtual dystopia in which hackers have modified or "modded" the game so they can "rape" other players who in real life can be as young as 12 or 13 years old. It's a new low for the video games industry. Why doesn't its developer, Rockstar Games, seem to care? Aug 14, 2014 5:20 AM PT

Guardian: World Needs Taxpayer Subsidised Tampons

Here's something to make you choke on your cornflakes: the Guardian has returned to the subject of menstruation. In a widely-read editorial yesterday, the paper informed us that tampons should be made free for any woman who decides it's beneath her to pay for them herself Aug 12, 2014 4:09 AM PT

Psychopathic Jihadists Betray An Evil not Seen Since Hitler

We've all seen them in photographs. Swathed in black, standing triumphant but dispassionate over the dismembered victims of their genocidal ideology. No, I'm not talking about Hitler's SS: rather, the jihadis of ISIS. But you'd be forgiven for thinking they're one and the same: after all, the similarities are endless, and hideously unsettling Aug 11, 2014 2:14 AM PT

Former IDF Girl Invites reddit Users to Let Her 'Make Peace With her Mouth' for One Night

"Let me make some peace with my mouth," writes reddit user amreeki on a forum called 'Random Acts of Blowjob', an area of the social network in which women can advertise their sexual availability. The 29-year-old Israeli Defense Forces veteran, who lives in the United States but is currently in Jerusalem, says she is "not a professional" but has "learned some skills over time." Aug 9, 2014 11:23 AM PT

British Tech Industry Reacts in Bewilderment to Joanna Shields' Peerage

David Cameron is under fire for giving a peerage to Joanna Shields, a former Facebook and Google executive under whose tenure ferociously aggressive tax planning was the order of the day. Under Shields' direction, both technology companies sidestepped hundreds of millions of pounds' worth of tax. But what you probably don't know is how little other people in the technology industry think of her.  Aug 9, 2014 3:32 AM PT

How Your Taxes Pay for Hipsters to Doss About Making iPhone Apps

Venture capital is an immensely risky asset class. It's used to fund the unfundable: complex medical technology, hard engineering problems and internet startups, most of which tank - especially in Europe, where entrepreneurs have never really understood what it takes to put together sexy, viral apps and market-leading social software. So it might surprise you to learn that the taxpayer has become a venture capitalist. Aug 8, 2014 1:28 AM PT

London's Tech Hippies Mad Over Their Own 'Regeneration' Plans Increasing House Prices

Tragic news, dear readers: the hipsters in London's Shoreditch are throwing another hissy fit. They say the "wrong sort of developer" is moving into the area and ruining its "charm." I know, I know. Your hearts bleed. But while I hate to intrude on private grief, obviously, what's happening in east London at the moment is so baffling and hilarious I thought Breitbart London readers might be tickled by it Aug 5, 2014 8:34 AM PT

Why We Must Honour the Fallen Heroes of the Great War

It shouldn't be controversial, should it, to honor the men and women who suffered and died, in inconceivable numbers, in the First World War? But, with each year that passes, there seem to be more and more idiots out there in the media, nudging at the question, seeking to undermine the obvious necessity of memorialising our dead, attempting to politicise a history they take no time to properly understand. Aug 4, 2014 6:01 AM PT

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