The Sunday Express leads on reports Britain will “take back control of its borders” whatever the outcome of Brexit negotiations with the EU, claiming millions will be spent on “beefing up” customs checks.
Government ministers fear that the fallout over China’s new security law in Hong Kong, the coronavirus crisis and Chinese tech giant Huawei could result in a monumental cyber attack on the UK, according to The Mail on Sunday.
The Sunday Times reports that Home Secretary Priti Patel believes fears of being accused of racism may have stopped police investigating illegal sweatshops across Britain. It comes after concerns were raised about warehouses in Leicester.
The Observer leads on the 20 areas in England at most risk of a Leicester-style local lockdown, with Sheffield, Bradford and Kirklees in need of “enhanced support” with containing the spread of the virus, according to the paper.