Newspaper Round Up: 21st of September 2020

Financial Times
The Financial Times says the chancellor, Rishi Sunak, is to extend the Treasury's UK-wide programme of business support loans. 
Daily Star
The Daily Star says some people are panic buying turkeys ahead of Christmas.
The Times says Downing Street has warned Britain faces a further six months of "very difficult" lockdown measures. 
Daily 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. 
The Guardian says the UK's most senior government scientists will make a direct appeal to the public on Monday to warn "a critical point has been reached" in the fight against coronavirus.
Daily Express
The Daily Express says the government's top COVID team will issue the public a stark warning on Monday that the UK is at a "critical point" in its fight against coronavirus.
Daily Telegraph
The Daily Telegraph says Britain is in "the last chance saloon" to avoid tougher lockdown measures, according to government sources.
Daily Mirror
The Daily Mirror says Boris Johnson will address the nation this week after the health secretary, Matt Hancock, said the UK was at a COVID-19 "tipping point".
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 Metro says the government's chief medical officer Chris Whitty is expected to warn that "Britain is heading in the wrong direction" in its battle with coronavirus.