The shadow home secretary has accused the government of "making matters worse" around quarantine measures.
He called for the government to publish all of the scientific evidence its decisions are based on.
Responding to new quarantine measures for people returning from France, the Netherlands, Monaco, Malta, Turks and Caicos and Aruba, Labour’s Nick Thomas-Symonds said: “While we support evidence based measures at the border, it’s vital that the government has a joined-up strategy, and recognises the impact of this on travel-related businesses. It is vital that a sector-specific deal is put in place urgently.
“That the government has still not put in place an effective track, trace and isolate system has made matters far worse and made it more likely that we are reliant on the blunt tool of 14-day quarantine.
“The government should publish all of the scientific evidence its decisions are based on and details of any work being done to reduce the time needed to isolate through increased testing and other measures.”