The Equality Act protects you against unfair treatment in the workplace, and when you're out and about, if your hearing loss fits the definition of a disability.
If you believe that your rights have been denied because you have hearing loss, you may be able to bring a case under the Human Rights Act.
If you have hearing loss, your employer has a duty to make adjustments so you're not put at a disadvantage. You could also be eligible for an Access to Work grant to help pay for practical support and specialist equipment.
If you're deaf or have hearing loss, service providers have a duty to make reasonable adjustments so you are able to access their services. Failure to do so could be unlawful discrimination.