Good point with the "Employing future employees of the industry they are regulating!" Personally, I want a law that says if you are involved in regulation of an industry, after you LEAVE that regulatory position, you are banned from working in that industry for 20 years or having any stock in companies in that industry.
The U.K. is becoming more and more dystopian as time goes on.
Harassment against people solely for looking at pictures of IMAGINARY children in sexual situations, WHO HAVE NOT TRIED TO TOUCH ANY REAL CHILD.
Harassment against people for this.
Harassment against various other people.
This scapegoating and ignoring settled principles of justice is getting old.
The problem with that system is that it keeps people with very good cases who are terrified by someone else's lawyers into filing. A better system is the 'both have their own legal bills' system that America has today.
I'm more interested in "What does it matter that his trouser zip was open?"
Personally, I have had the zipper to my shorts (don't wear trousers) come down and open all the time when I am walking around from the natural movement of my body, unless they are those 'locking' zippers.
Online classes should not be limited in any way, shape or form. Many people like myself are better able to perform when they don't have to worry about giving a 'good impression' to classmates in person because of various psychological disorders ranging from social anxiety disorder to out and out paranoia.