Brendan O’Neill

  • Cancer Memoirs Are Breaking Out Like the Plague

    The thing that motors cancer journalism, which makes it increasingly acceptable, even good, for hacks to tell all about the very darkest moments of their lives, is our craven culture of voyeurism. Nothing can remain private anymore, especially the bad...

  • Interns: Don't Bother Uniting, You Have No Chains to Lose

    Interns are naïve whelps who are rising up off their swivel chairs, shaking off their imaginary shackles, and demanding what is not rightfully theirs: a workingman’s wage. And I wish they’d just shut up.