Tales from the front line: How Iraq’s mosquitoes bit the dust 05 March 2020, EHN magazine Pest control on the actual front line. UK public wants stricter rules on meat quality, poll shows 05 March 2020, Katie Coyne Unison research highlights concerns over relaxing standards to get US trade deal. New FSA campaign looks to improve quality of life for people with food allergies 05 March 2020, Katie Coyne Agency will place a new focus on vulnerable 16-20 year olds Unlicensed acupuncturist who burnt customer given suspended sentence 05 March 2020, Sarah Campbell Council successfully prosecutes unlicensed practitioner after 86-year-old woman left with permanent scarring. How to stay abreast of the coronavirus story 24 February 2020, Sarah Campbell Keep up to date with the constantly changing public health picture. Government must prevent ‘extreme marketing’ of food, committee hears 20 February 2020, Katie Coyne Obesity epidemic compared with coronavirus in terms of imperative to act. Kuehne + Nagel fined £800,000 after forklift accident 20 February 2020, Katie Coyne A multinational logistics company has been fined £800,000 plus £25,000 costs after one of its workers was run over by a forklift truck loaded with beer. Waltham Forest’s selective licensing scheme penalties upheld by Upper Tribunal 20 February 2020, Katie Coyne Legal challenge finds that special weight must be given to a local authority’s decision. FSA’s online food business register signs up 125th council 20 February 2020, Sarah Campbell New service aims to standardise registration approach. Brexit details must be hammered out to avoid food supply disruption, says BRC 20 February 2020, Katie Coyne Report highlights areas of red tape that still need to be addressed.