Newspaper Round Up: 20th of September 2020

Sunday Express
The Sunday Express says police are being given new powers to punish anyone who "ignores" lockdown rules. 
Daily Star Sunday
Morecambe and Wise would hate today's TV comedy shows, their former writer has claimed in the Daily Star Sunday. 
Sunday Times
The Sunday Times says Premiership Rugby players and travellers to Dubai are being prioritised by the UK's biggest COVID-19 testing laboratory, despite recent problems with testing. 
Sunday Mirror
Penalties for refusing to self-isolate will start at £1,000 but could rise to up to £10,000 for serial offenders, the Sunday Mirror says. 
Sunday Telegraph
The government's top scientific advisers have told Boris Johnson that public compliance with lockdown rules is among the worst in Europe, The Sunday Telegraph reports. 
Sunday Mail
The Mail on Sunday reports on a new penalty for people who fail to self-isolate - as four million people on low incomes who cannot work from home will receive a £500 lump sum if they are forced to quarantine. 
Independent on Sunday
Up to £180m will be spent to boost the number of NHS nurses ahead of a second wave of the pandemic, according to The Independent. 
The Observer leads on plans for fines of up to £10,000 for people who fail to self-isolate after testing positive or being contacted by the test and trace system.