Articles by Henry Hill
Xenophobic political thuggery is wrong, even when target is allegedly xenophobic, says Henry Hill.
Choice of whether to try to beat Ukip or join them poses awkward questions for David Cameron, says Henry Hill.
Until the Tory party stops defining itself by one of its most influential leaders, it will never move on, warns Henry Hill.
David Cameron can still win the next election for the Conservatives - if he follows the actions of his predessors, claims Henry Hill.
Lib Dems, Ukip, Tories and Labour put a gloss on results but they all lost out in a way, argues Henry Hill.
David Cameron's Europe gamble could fix the right or split it, argues Henry Hill.
Henry Hill asks what the future holds for Britain if Scotland votes against independence next year.
Mayan soothsayers may have got it wrong but constitutional forecasters may have a better time, says Henry Hill.