Legality of isolation
Does anyone know if there will be any legal issues when the isolation period ends for travellers coming into the country?
it appears that jabbed folk will no longer have to isolate but there is no mention of unjabbed.
It appears to me that this could be against the law and discriminatory by forcing people to isolate returning to U.K. just because they don’t have a jab. Jabbed can still catch and spread covid just like any unjabbed person so I was wondering what the thoughts of people were in relation to this.
Just a day 2 test and await a result! Then done!
I suspect that there could be, if anyone wants to sue for damages, perhaps, if they are disrupted by it. Not just one law, either. How about the Harassment Act 1997, the Human Rights Act 1998, and the Equality Act 2010? The point you make seems to be valid, and appears to be an obvious issue that an experienced solicitor would grab hold of in relation to offences against any of those established Acts.