This right is protected by Article 8 in the Human Rights Act.
This right also protects well-being, choice, relationships, privacy and communication.
Some examples include:
Yes. But if a public official is deciding to restrict your right, they must go through a test. They must be able to show that the decision is:
You can ask the public official about their decision or action and and ask them to tell you how it was lawful, legitimate and proportionate.
If you can think of a way to deal with this situation or decision that is less restrictive to you then you can raise it with the public official as the decision may not be proportionate.