Chris Green

Chris Green is Senior Reporter at The Independent and i, covering all aspects of UK news. He has worked for the paper since 2007, first as a general news reporter and then on the news desk as Deputy News Editor. In 2010 he was on the launch team of the i. Shortly after returning to reporting in 2014, he spearheaded both papers’ coverage of the Scottish independence referendum.

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Witnesses to crimes are significantly less likely to trust the justice system, official research says

Exclusive: Witness support charities describe the findings as 'alarming'

Tea sales in decline as Britons desert black tea for more exotic brews

Between 2010 and 2015 the overall volume of tea sold in the UK slumped by 22 per cent

A masked protester holds a placard at the gates to the Hinkley Point nuclear power station

Government under pressure to abandon plans to construct UK’s first nuclear reactor for more than 20 years

Analysts at HSBC bank said in a report that the creation of the Hinkley Point C plant in Somerset was 'becoming harder to justify'

Hinkley Point A to the right of development land where the reactors of Hinkley C nuclear power station are due to be built

Should the UK really be putting its money into nuclear power in 2015?

Pressure is mounting on the Government over the cost of the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant, and a final decision on its construction has not been made

Debris from the jet that crashed into a car auction site on Friday

Bin Laden family plane crash could be due to pilot error or brake failure, aviation experts say

The crash, which killed everyone on board, might have been the result of a miscalculated landing

An attempt to unseat the Conservative MP Nadine Dorries has been thrown out by the High Court

High Court rejects attempt to unseat Nadine Dorries after legal documents sent to wrong address

Lawyers acting for Ms Dorries successfully argued that the election petition sent to her constituency’s Conservative Association last month was invalid

The behaviour of Mr Justice Peter Smith has been described as ‘unprofessional’

How judge who was kicked off British Airways competition case used a hearing to subject airline's legal counsel to barrage of questions

The behaviour of Mr Justice Peter Smith has now been revealed in full after a transcript of the court exchanges was posted online

Visitors look down on the city centre from the rooftop of Camera Obscura, in Edinburgh

Edinburgh’s famous Camera Obscura in spying row after adopting new high-definition cameras

The cameras are so powerful they can allow visitors to read unsuspecting people’s text messages

Grounded: it’s best if your outgoing airline can fly you home

Personal details of hundreds of millions of passengers travelling in and out of EU to be stored by airlines for up to five years

The new law is designed to help with the fight against serious transnational crime and terrorism

Camille Charriere in Jason Wu on the Streets of Manhattan on February 13, 2015 (Getty)

Instagram and Facebook have 'totally changed' the way people buy clothes in the age of the selfie

If everyone knows what you wore last night, can you wear the same next week?

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