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So to be clear the only one with Power of Attorney (POA) for your mum is your sister?
I see, well in terms of your query in essence anyone can determine who has access to their property and under what conditions so your sister can of course, decide that you can or cannot visit your mother at her home as it is her home. In terms of the fact your mother is now not behaving as she did before eg. calls and so on that may be the decision of your mother, and it may be under the influence of your sister but without evidence of something untoward there is not really anything that can be done there. If you have concerns about the use of the POA you can report these to the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) who can investigate: https://www.gov.uk/report-concern-about-attorney-deputy-guardian
I trust this assists
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