Chris Green

Chris Green is Senior Reporter at The Independent. He was previously Deputy News Editor, and before that a freelance news reporter. He has worked for the paper since 2007.

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Gavin and Gail Jones, outside their shop in Berwick-upon-Tweed, fear the impact of a Yes vote

Scottish Independence: Families with thriving businesses on either side of the divide arguably have more to gain or lose from a Yes vote

The issue of currency is a bitter source of dispute between the Yes and No campaigns

Fiona Sarwar, with her husband Mohsin and children Hannah and Abigail, at their home in Coupar Angus, Perthshire

Scottish independence: Former pro-union voters explain why they changed their minds to the Yes vote

Former ‘No’ voters explain why they will now be backing independence on 18 September

Scotland will decide its fate on 18 September

Scottish independence: The issues that will decide the vote

There are barely two months to go before the vote that could grant Scotland an independent future, reversing more than three centuries of history and breaking up the United Kingdom

Leon Brittan has said he was handed the Dickens dossier but passed it on to Home Office staff

Leon Brittan was questioned by police over rape allegation

Leon Brittan, who served as Home Secretary under Margaret Thatcher, has been questioned by police in connection with a rape allegation, it emerged on Sunday.

Former Conservative MP Geoffrey Dickens; former DPP Sir Thomas Hetherington; Leon Brittan

Westminster child abuse exclusive: Geoffrey Dickens also gave copy of file to top prosecutor Sir Thomas Hetherington - so why did DPP also fail to act on evidence of paedophile ring?

Home Secretary likely to come under pressure to explain how two government agencies were able to 'lose' the dossier

The report calls for ‘age-friendly gig spaces’ for older people

Communities must be more fun for the elderly to combat loneliness, says Age UK

The report's recommendations will reduce the isolation associated with old age

Andy Murray lost in straight sets

Wimbledon 2014: Andy Murray in muttering mystery as he crashes out to Grigor Dimitrov

Straight sets defeat ends reigning champion's title defence

Professor Ashton said that in some circumstances doing too many hours can cause excess anxiety

Britons should cut down to four-day working week, leading doctor claims

People should only work for four days a week to reduce their stress levels, allow them to take more exercise and see their families, one of Britain’s leading public health doctors has said.

Dogs at the British War Dog School in Essex

A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: Battlefield heroism of a loyal messenger, Tweed the old English sheepdog

Graduates of the British War Dog School made a vital contribution to the Allied victory. Chris Green pays tribute
Hawk-Eye is also trialling robotic cameras that track players’ every move on Wimbledon’s outer courts. The data can tell them things such as how far they ran and where they spent the most time around the court

Wimbledon 2014: Hawk-Eye says umpireless tournaments are on their way

Entire tennis tournaments could soon be played without umpires, a member of the team behind Wimbledon’s Hawk-Eye line calling system has said.

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Mafia Dons: is the Camorra in control of the Granite City?

So claims an EU report which points to the Italian Mob’s alleged grip on everything from public works to property
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Once the poor relation, the awards show now has the top stars and boasts the best drama
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Memphis Barker follows their trail through southern Europe
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The ugly causeway is being dismantled, an elegant connection erected in its place. So everyone’s happy, right?
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The ‘vloggers’ signed up to find twentysomething audience
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David Abraham: Big ideas for the small screen

A blistering attack on US influence on British television has lifted the savvy head of Channel 4 out of the shadows
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Polpetto's head chef shares her favourite recipes from Iced Earl Grey tea to baked peaches, mascarpone & brown sugar meringues...
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The London's museum has delved into its archives to stage a far-reaching retrospective celebrating the photographer's six decades of creativity
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Soup isn’t just about comforting broths and steaming hot bowls...
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Tim Sherwood column

I would have taken the Crystal Palace job if I’d been offered it soon after my interview... but the whole process dragged on so I had to pull out
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Eden Hazard: Young, gifted... not yet perfect

Eden Hazard admits he is still below the level of Ronaldo and Messi but, after a breakthrough season, is ready to thrill Chelsea’s fans
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Tim Howard: I’m an old dog. I don’t get too excited

The Everton and US goalkeeper was such a star at the World Cup that the President phoned to congratulate him... not that he knows what the fuss is all about
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Tom Peck on Match of the Day at 50

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