Newspaper Round Up: 28th of June 2020

Sunday Times
The Sunday Times leads on a story about Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick, who is under fire after granting permission for a luxury housing development to donor Richard Desmond. The paper reports that Mr Jenrick "overruled the objections from civil servants and lawyers to push it through". Separately, the paper reports that the government "is preparing to impose the first local lockdown" after a "surge in coronavirus cases in Leicester".
Sunday Mail
A photograph of the prime minister mid-workout dominates the Mail on Sunday's front page. Boris Johnson has given an interview to the paper, which reports he is promising a "building blitz" of hospitals, schools, homes and infrastructure projects to "save the British economy from disaster". The paper says details of the plan, which will cost tens of billions of pounds, will be announced on Tuesday. "If Covid was a lightning flash, we're about to have the thunderclap," the PM tells the paper.
Sunday Telegraph
The Sunday Telegraph is one of several papers to feature the Duchess of Cambridge on its front page, after she helped to plant a new garden for a children's hospice near Norwich. The paper leads with a report that Sir Mark Sedwill, the UK's top civil servant, "looks set to announce his departure as early as this week" after the prime minister "announced an overhaul of the way he runs No 10". A spokesman for the PM says Sir Mark "continues to work closely with his senior team to ensure the Government receives the best advice".
The Observer also covers Mr Johnson's pledge to "build, build, build" - but leads on warnings from Labour that unemployment could "soar to levels not seen since the 1980s" unless ministers "boost support" for struggling businesses. For Labour, the "most urgent need is to protect existing jobs", the paper says.