Self-quarantine measures for international travellers – the prospects of a legal challenge.
On Wednesday 3rd June 2020, two statutory instruments were laid before the UK Parliament. They provide the legislative framework for HM Government’s plan for international travellers arriving in England to self-quarantine for 14 days.
Christopher Loxton examines the legislation, and the prospects of potential legal challenges, and concludes that the Government is likely to face substantial difficulties in providing adequate legal justification for the self-quarantine measures contained in the legislation.
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May 20, 2021