As a few on here know that I am an expat currently living and working in the Middle East. This pandemic lost me the opportunity to return to the UK last March (I had job arranged) which means that I haven't been back to the UK now for 16 months and stops me seeing my kids and grandkids. I now read that the government are allowing 60,000 fans to attend football matches at Wembley, which includes over 2500 officials and sponsors who can fly into the UK but will not be subject to any kind of quarantine. There are literally tens of thousands of expats spread all over the world who haven't seen their families or been able attend weddings, christenings, funerals etc etc because of the ridiculous arbitrary and draconian quarantine rules, despite the vast majority of expats having been vaccinated. Its OK for a football match, though...where is the rational or justification behind this?