Henry Hill

Henry Hill is the assistant editor of ConservativeHome

Being in power a long time doesn’t guarantee you’ll get things done

Other than US media wages, why do BBC journalists want Britain to be America?

In a serious country serious people would resign over Pen’s pets

Too many books, too little space and the insecurity of renting

David Frum is wrong, the Salazar regime’s “biggest project” was a success

The architects of the Belfast Agreement should honour its terms

Sir Henry Wilson was a duly elected MP murdered in post — he deserves a few square inches of paint

The government needs to fix what the courts have done to the Union

Giving up on London is not a capital idea

Why is a Tory government proposing to extend the scope of the Human Rights Act?