Well “the length of your stay” is not specified as being a minimum of 14 days? And since you can travel the length and breadth of the UK to get to your self isolation, then a little bit of a nonsense if they don’t let you travel the length and breadth of the UK to get out?
“Just 10 fines have been issued to people who broke coronavirus travel quarantine rules after arriving in the UK from abroad.
Nine of the fixed penalty notices (FPNs) were handed out by Border Force officials at the border since the restrictions were introduced, the Home Office said.
It had previously been revealed police had fined only one person between 8 June, when the rules came in, and 27 July.
The Border Force can issue FPNs of between £100 and £1,000 to those who break government rules around the completion of passenger locator
The form, which people arriving in the country are told to fill in online at least 48 hours before entering, allows arrivals from countries deemed high-risk - including Spain, France and the US - to tell authorities where they will be isolating for two weeks and provide contact details.
It is unclear how many people have had their passenger locator forms checked upon entering the UK, but many travellers are believed to have done so without being questioned by officials.
A government spokesperson, however, insisted the low number of fines was due to a high level of compliance among those arriving in the UK.