Boris Johnson is to insist that the UK will “prosper mightily” if it leaves the EU without a deal, according to The Times.
The Guardian leads with a large rise in the number of people testing positive for coronavirus in the UK.
The Mail On Sunday’s front page features an interview with the prime minister’s chief EU negotiator Lord Frost, who claims Britain will not become a “client state” of Brussels and simply accept restrictions on rights and vetoes on our laws.
The Daily Mirror leads with footballer Marcus Rashford, who has urged a Conservative MP to “talk to families” experiencing food poverty after comments made on social media.
Boris Johnson is to warn the EU that if a Brexit deal is not done by 15 October, Britain will accept a no-deal outcome and “move on”, The Daily Telegraph reports.
Boris Johnson says a no-deal Brexit would be a “good outcome” for the UK, the Daily Express reports.
The Financial Times says the UK is risking the collapse of trade talks with Brussels by planning new legislation that will override key parts of the Brexit withdrawal agreement.
The Daily Star Sunday reports on a woman who found love after her horse told her she would find her perfect man.
Metro leads with a series of stabbings in Birmingham, as police release CCTV footage of a suspect.
The Sunday Times leads on the prime minister and other senior politicians condemning Extinction Rebellion protests that stopped 1.5 million newspapers from being printed on Saturday.