‘HMOs are central to the operation of traffickers’ 03 August 2020, Katie Coyne Interview with an investigator working with the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority. National Food Strategy aims to reverse damage of pandemic and obesity 29 July 2020, Sarah Campbell Eagerly awaited report tackles childhood deprivation but fails to recommend banning low-quality food imports. Food waste on the increase again 29 July 2020, Sarah Campbell More food thrown away lockdown eases, but some good food planning behaviour lingers. Tackling modern day slavery during COVID-19 23 July 2020, Katie Coyne Don’t let trafficking cause a coronavirus spike in your area More scrutiny and less politics needed in import standards 22 July 2020, Katie Coyne Russia report shows how UK standards could become a casualty of poor democracy Politicisation of COVID-19 testing targets slowed progress 21 July 2020, Katie Coyne Higher BAME risk missed due to poor handling of data by national agencies ‘Critical’ we get trade and agriculture trade deals right 21 July 2020, Caroline Drummond “Let's not talk about what it isn't, let's talk about what we need to do and what we need to deliver” Tales from the front line: ‘We expect to see more blocks made safer’ 17 July 2020, EHN magazine Meet the EHP helping councils get combustible cladding removed from tall buildings. Diversion tactics are being used to weaken UK standards, green groups have warned 17 July 2020, Katie Coyne Trade commission is set up with no environmental groups in membership. Public health ‘sidelined’ in post-Brexit trade talks 16 July 2020, Katie Coyne New trade commission contains no public health representation.