By Press Association 2020
A series of stories makes the front pages of Sunday, including images since the blockade has been facilitated in England and the discussion on the involvement of the Chinese company Huawei in the British 5G network.
The Sunday Times it brings with it that an investigation must be initiated in a factory that supplies clothes to Boohoo.com after accusations that workers are underpaid.
The Sunday Telegraph reports a report that Prime Minister Boris Johnson is phasing out the use of Huawei technology in the introduction of 5G.
Liquidity problems at the head of the national health service The observer with the article claiming that health service leaders accused Chancellor Rishi Sunak of refusing a £ 10 billion “money injection”.
The Independent says the domestic abuse law contains “obvious holes”, citing MEP Jess Phillips.
The Sunday Mirror says Ghislaine Maxwell knew that she would be arrested following the Duke of York’s appearance at Newsnight, where she discussed her relationship with the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.
While the Sunday People claims that over £ 200m was spent in pubs after reopening in England after the blockade.
The Sunday mail he said Saturday was “the day Britain smiled again”.
But the Daily Star Sunday looks ahead, saying that many may suffer from a hangover in the morning.
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