I've been set some homework on Henry VIII's foreign policy, but I'm finding it hard to find any information for the questions. Any help would be greatly appreciated
Which experienced advisers were in favour of Henry taking on an administrative role as King rather than becoming a 'warrior prince'? (this would be in his first years as king
I have no ideas for this one
Why were his Councillors reluctant to follow his ideas?
I think this could be to do with Henry's youth and as he was not technically prepared for monarchy for most of his childhood, or perhaps because his councillors' loyalties still lay with Henry VII or with the Yorkists.