Newspaper Round Up: 14th of September 2020

Boris Johnson's former attorney general Geoffrey Cox has attacked the prime minister's plans to tear up parts of the Brexit treaty with the EU, according to The Times.
Daily Mail
The Daily Mail says hospital admissions in England for seven deadly non-coronavirus conditions fell between March and June by more than 173,000 on the previous year.
Downing Street is facing a showdown with Tory backbench rebels over its Brexit bill which the government has admitted breaks international law, The Guardian reports.
Daily Telegraph
GPs have been ordered to give patients "face-to-face" appointments amid warnings they will come under investigation if the public is denied care, The Daily Telegraph reports.
Daily Express
Cancer Research UK could be forced to lose 1,500 scientists because of a COVID-19 funding crisis, the Daily Express says.
The i leads with the new "rule of six" restrictions which come into force on Monday.
Daily Mirror
Medics have warned of a second COVID-19 peak within months unless the UK's test and trace system is improved, according to The Mirror. 
The Metro's front page features the teenager who was fined £10,000 after hosting a house party with more than 50 people.
Financial Times
The Financial Times says executives at Japanese conglomerate SoftBank have revived discussions about taking the technology group private.