Tales from the front line: the reluctant activist 12 December 2019, EHN magazine Jeff Beynon says he isn’t a rebel – taking part in the Autumn Uprising was an extension of who he is as an EHP. Exercise labelling on foods ‘could help reduce obesity’ 12 December 2019, Sarah Campbell Advice on amount of activity needed to burn off calories linked with healthier dietary choices. Fly-tipper who blocked roads sent to jail after EH investigation 12 December 2019, Katie Coyne Joint operation was one of the largest of its kind, successfully prosecuting for 26 offences. Derby gives top scoring food businesses a high five 12 December 2019, Katie Coyne Scheme recognises consistent commitment to food hygiene. POLLING DAY: CIEH manifesto has broad support 12 December 2019, Katie Coyne Candidates back plans including making FHRS mandatory in England and national landlord registration. Legal briefing: protection on the menu 12 December 2019, Amandine Garde, Professor of Law Understanding how to use the law is key to tackling the childhood obesity epidemic. Manifesto promises: which parties have EH at heart? 28 November 2019, Sarah Campbell We’ve sifted through the political parties’ manifestos to find out. Tales from the front line: Going to the dogs 28 November 2019, EHN magazine What happened when an EHP discovered 30 dogs and two raccoons being kept in appalling conditions on a derelict site. Local scheme aims to tackle health inequalities 28 November 2019, Katie Coyne Pilot project will lead to five councils receiving £300,000 each to improve local conditions. Manifesto promises: housing in the spotlight 28 November 2019, Katie Coyne How the Conservatives, Labour, Liberal Democrats and Greens measure up on housing.