THE PM’s bid to shut all travel corridors from tomorrow could be undermined by poor enforcement, shock figures show.
UK arrivals should complete online passenger locator forms to say where they are staying.
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But MPs heard many aren’t filled in, and just one in ten are checked by Border Force.
Cops told to visit addresses for possible breaches routinely walk away if no one answers.
And only 247 fines have been issued to flouters despite millions flying here since the start of the pandemic.
MP David Morris urged the Government to up its game to keep out dangerous new Covid mutations. He said: “We are past the stage of being able to trust people to isolate if the system is not being policed.
“We should ramp up the fines or follow Australia’s lead and take travellers straight to secure hotels.”
And from 4am Monday nobody will be allowed into the UK without a negative test and ten-day quarantine.
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