What the papers say – December 1

Fallout from the terror attack on London Bridge features in many of Sunday’s front pages, with some leading on tributes to the first named victim and others looking at events through the prism of politics.

The Sunday Times leads with a pledge from Prime Minister Boris Johnson that those convicted of terror offences will serve their entire sentence if his party wins a majority in the election.

The Sunday Telegraph leads with the “fury” felt by Mr Johnson at the attack and his promise to ditch the early-release scheme for violent terrorists.

The Observer also carries details of Mr Johnson’s “package of ultra hardline reforms”, and adds that Labour figures have questioned the Government’s cuts to prison services.

The Independent says Mr Johnson was warned about the risk of freeing terrorists who had not yet been deradicalised.

The Sunday Mirror features a picture of the perpetrator buying food days before the attack, saying there was “fury” that he was released, while the Daily Star on Sunday and Sunday Express carry similar stories.

The Sunday People leads on tributes to Jack Merritt, with his father saying he was a “beautiful spirit who took the side of the underdog”.

The Mail on Sunday carries a report claiming the Duke of York worked for financier David Rowland in his role as trade envoy.