Legal briefing: pollution stands trial 20 February 2020, Rob Biddlecombe In 2020 the courts could recognise air pollution as a cause of death for the first time. Protect our food, says UK’s biggest union 06 February 2020, Katie Coyne Unison launches campaign ahead of Brexit negotiations. CIEH hits back at portrayal of EH in media 06 February 2020, Katie Coyne Bizarre storylines and poor understanding undermine efforts to highlight profession’s positive impact. One in five food samples contains hidden allergens 06 February 2020, Katie Coyne FoI request highlights variation between local authorities in testing regimes. Healthy food unaffordable for many families, select committee hears 06 February 2020, Katie Coyne Food industry ‘predicates against low-processed food’ in drive to make profit. Employer jailed after worker crushed to death 06 February 2020, Katie Coyne But campaigners ask why there are so few such convictions for corporate manslaughter. Government to be sued over gas power plant approval 06 February 2020, Sarah Campbell ClientEarth launches challenge after business secretary goes against planning inspectorate’s recommendation. Meat inspection independence petition gains 216,000 signatures 06 February 2020, Katie Coyne However, FSA says campaigners’ information is old and it has no plans for changes to meat regulation sector. Fitbit data could help predict flu outbreaks 23 January 2020, Sarah Campbell But tech is ‘no substitute for effective prevention such as immunisation’. Housing worries ‘cause stress and sleepless nights’ 23 January 2020, Sarah Campbell Almost half of renters report anxiety because of accommodation situation.