EDITOR'S CHOICE

William Hague has been MP for Richmond, North Yorkshire, since 1989. He is a previous Leader of the Conservative Party and is currently the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.

 

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Ana-Katarina Hajduka is a lawyer with Trinity International LLP Read more
John Haldane is a philosopher, commentator and broadcaster, and a papal adviser to the Vatican. His most recent book, Arts and Minds (Powell's). will be published in 2013. Read more

John Haldane is a philosopher, commentator and broadcaster, and a papal adviser to the Vatican. His latest book is Arts and Minds (Powell's).

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Tara Hamilton-Miller is a freelance journalist and former Conservative Party press officer.

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Alice Hancock is an undergraduate of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Read more

Michael Hanlon is science editor of the Daily Mail and a contributor to the New Scientist. He is the author of Eternity: Our Next Billion Years.

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James Hannam is a historian and the author of God's Philosophers: How the Medieval World Laid the Foundations of Modern Science (Icon), shortlisted for the Royal Society Prize for Science Books 2010. His second book, The Genesis of Science (2011), explores the growth of modern science in the Middle Ages.  Read more

Daniel Hannan is a Conservative MEP for South East England. In 2009 he was awarded the Bastiat Prize for online journalism. His latest book is A Doomed Marriage: Britain and Europe. He blogs regularly at www.hannan.co.uk

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The political columnist Bruce Anderson and Robin Harris, former Director of the Conservative Research Department and long-standing adviser to Lady Thatcher, debate David Cameron's Thatcherite credentials.

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Robin Harris is a former Director of the Conservative Research Department, member of the Downing Street Policy Unit and adviser to Lady Thatcher. His latest book is Not for Turning: The Life of Margaret Thatcher. Read more

Selina Hastings was assistant Literary Editor of the Daily Telegraph for 14 years, and has written biographies of Nancy Mitford, Evelyn Waugh, Rosamond Lehmann, and Somerset Maugham.

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Nigel Hawkes has been Science Editor of the Observer and The Times. He is director of the pressure group Straight Statistics (straightstatistics.org). Read more
Will Hawkes is a journalist and the author of Craft Beer London (Vespertine Press). Read more

Clive Head is a realist painter. His work will be displayed in Clive Head: Modern Perspectives, at the National Gallery from October 13. 

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Simon Heffer is a political columnist at the Daily Mail. His latest book is High Minds: The Victorians and the Birth of Modern Britain (Random House), and his life of Vaughan Williams is now available from Faber as an ebook.

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Piers Hellawell is Professor of Composition at Queen's University, Belfast. His music is published by Edition Peters. Read more

Michael Heller is a cosmologist who was awarded the 2008 Templeton Prize. A Catholic priest, he holds a chair at the Pontifical Academy of Theology in Kraków, Poland, and is an adjunct member of the Vatican Observatory staff.

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Patrick Heren is a journalist who advises the British government on energy procurement. He is also mayor of Fordwich, England's smallest town (pop. 375).

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David Herman is a freelance writer and former television producer.

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Judith Herrin is Professor of Late Antique and Byzantine Studies at Kings' College London. She is the author of Byzantium: The Surprising Life of a Medieval Empire.

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James Hickling is a graduate of Nottingham University.

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Susannah Hickling is a freelance writer and editor. Read more

Susan Hill is a writer, playwright, and literary critic. Her novels have been translated into many languages and have won the Whitbread and Somerset Maugham awards, and been shortlisted for the Booker Prize.

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Geoffrey Hill is a poet and academic. He is an honorary fellow of Keble College, Oxford and Emmanuel College, Cambridge and fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Read more
Lisa Hilton is a novelist and biographer. Her latest book is Elizabeth: Renaissance Prince (Weidenfeld & Nicolson), and her novel Maestra will be published next year. Read more

Gertrude Himmelfarb is an American historian and author of many books, most recently The People Of The Book: Philosemitism in England, from Cromwell to Churchill (Encounter). She is a Fellow of the British Academy and in 2004 received the National Humanities Medal awarded by the President. She is on the Advisory Board of Standpoint.

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Peter Hitchens is a columnist on the Mail on Sunday and author of The Broken Compass: How British Politics Lost Its Way. Read more
Dan Hitchens is a DPhil candidate at the University of Oxford Read more

Marko Attila Hoare is a British historian of the former Yugoslavia. He is a Senior Research Fellow at Kingston University, London, and the European Neighbourhood Section Director of the Henry Jackson Society.

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Nichi Hodgson is a freelance journalist Read more

Simon Hoggart, a former presenter of the News Quiz, is the Guardian's parliamentary sketchwriter and television critic for the Spectator.

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Olivier Holmey's translation of Syriac Literature by Rubens Duval will be published this year by Gorgias Press. Read more

Karen Horn is an economist and author. She teaches the history of economic thought at Humboldt University and is president of the Hayek Society. 

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William Horsley was a BBC correspondent in Germany following the fall of the Berlin Wall and is currently international director of the Centre for Freedom of the Media at the University of Sheffield.

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Michael Howard is a British military historian and was Regius Professor of Modern History at Oxford. He is the author of Grand Strategy. Vol. IV of the UK Official History of the Second World War.

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Anthony Howard is a journalist, broadcaster and writer. He edited the New Statesman and the Listener, and was deputy editor of the Observer. Read more
Violet Hudson lives in Greece and is working on her first book Read more

Kathryn Hughes is Professor in the School of Literature and Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia. She is the author of The Short Life and Long Times of Mrs Beeton.

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Matthew Hunter is a history teacher at an inner-city secondary school. He blogs at goodbyemisterhunter.wordpress.com Read more