Almost a quarter of EHP jobs in England lost over a decade 16 June 2021, Katie Coyne Renewed interest in external health threats should generate interest in the profession for years to come, CIEH tells MPs. Tales from the front line: ‘Our intervention involving tenants really does work’ 10 June 2021, Sarah Campbell Camden Council’s Rogue Landlord Taskforce brings together the skills of EHPs and a tenancy relations officer to great effect. Suspended prison sentence for ‘man with van’ fly-tipper 10 June 2021, Sarah Campbell North Kesteven council’s dogged investigative work was no match for evasive illegal waste carrier. Office for Environmental Protection takes shape 10 June 2021, Katie Coyne First non-executive members appointed and base created in Worcester. Urgent call for streamlined EU exports deal 10 June 2021, Katie Coyne CIEH is part of group calling for renegotiated veterinary agreement and removal of 'archaic bureaucracy'. Enforce mask-wearing in schools again, say unions 10 June 2021, Katie Coyne Concerns mount over transmissibility of Delta variant among children. London council secures landlord banning orders 10 June 2021, Sarah Campbell Camden now has three of capital’s four orders in place. Clean air should be a child’s right, say campaigners 01 June 2021, Katie Coyne Children are almost as worried about air pollution as they are about COVID-19. Long-awaited Environment Bill brings disappointment over ‘squandered chances’ 27 May 2021, Katie Coyne Positive measures include banning sale of compost containing peat but WHO standards on air pollution have not been adopted. Concern over spread of Indian variant in schools 27 May 2021, Katie Coyne Government and PHE urged to publish the case data linked to schools and colleges.