What the papers say – September 6

Protests at printing presses and the future relationship between the UK and EU make headlines in Sunday’s papers.

The Sunday Telegraph leads with a report suggesting Extinction Rebellion could face a “major crackdown” after activists staged a blockade at newspaper printing presses on Friday night and into Saturday.

The Sunday Times writes that MPs have “united” in defence of free speech after the blockade which prevented 1.5 million papers from hitting the shelves.

Coronavirus leads The Observer, with the paper reporting the disease could be “endemic” in areas of severe deprivation, with poor housing and large BAME communities.

The Mail on Sunday leads with an interview with the UK’s Brexit negotiator David Frost, who vowed not to blink in the final phase of talks.

The Sunday Express writes Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said sovereignty is “non-negotiable” ahead of the talks, while the Independent says a further extension is not up for discussion.

The Sunday Mirror writes the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are looking to make a documentary on the life of Diana, Princess of Wales.

Sunday People says Paul Gascoigne is distraught after burglars stole £140,000 worth of jewellery.

And the Daily Star Sunday writes about a horse predicting a new romance.