The Coronavirus Act 2020. Specifically Schedule 21 which relates to control of potentially infectious persons and Schedule 22 which limits gatherings and other aspects.
The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2020. Specifically Regulation 6, which relates to restriction on movement.
Copyright almost certainly exists in the images, since presumably someone took those pictures and so they would own the copyright of those images. However, that doesn't mean you don't own the film, you just that don't own the copyright. You can have it developed to see what's there without copying the images. Just tell the developer you only want the film ...
This is both fraudulent misrepresentation and the crime of fraud
If Marco can prove that:
He relied on Jimmy's statement when entering the contract
Jimmy made a statement of fact - stating that it's a rare coin when it isn't is a statement of fact.
It was a positive statement - Jimmy actually said it, he didn't just stay ...