What the papers say – November 4

The Brexit latest, free fruit for employees and a fireworks display marred by injuries to children all lead the papers on Sunday.

The Sunday Times reports on what it calls Theresa May’s “secret Brexit deal”, with the paper saying the Prime Minister has “secured private concessions” which will allow Britain to remain in the customs union.

The Sunday Telegraph leads with Health Secretary Matt Hancock calling on companies to do more to improve the health of their staff by offering perks such as free fruit and counselling.

The Observer runs with Brexit, with the paper carrying allegations from whistleblowers that Arron Banks may have misled Parliament over the links between his business and Leave.EU group.

The Independent reports on a new inquiry into bullying at Westminster.

The Mail on Sunday says Downing Street has lodged a complaint with the BBC over the coverage of the budget earlier this week.

The Sunday Express leads on injuries in Woking at a Bonfire Night party.

And the Daily Star on Sunday reports that 1,000 Army dogs have been put down over the last 15 years.