What the papers say – September 2

What the papers say – September 2

The latest political machinations in the Labour and Conservative parties make the headlines on Sunday – along with Theresa May vowing there will be no second Brexit referendum.

The Sunday Times says that Mrs May and Jeremy Corbyn are facing a “double coup”.

The paper reports on moves to derail the PM’s EU withdrawal agenda with a co-ordinated national campaign, while Labour MPs plot a motion of no confidence in Mr Corbyn.

The Mail on Sunday leads with a plot to oust Mrs May, with the PM reported to be “declaring war” on Boris Johnson.

And the Sunday Express says Mrs May will stop a second referendum vote, calling such an idea a “gross betrayal”.

Brexit also leads The Sunday Telegraph, with the paper reporting Mrs May will refuse to accept compromises to her plans.

Child services lead The Observer, as the paper reports on demands for more money for the vulnerable.

The Independent carries the latest on Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, as her partner Richard Ratcliffe spoke of her recent three-day release from detention in Iran.

Claims of a Briton being arrested in connection with a £350million cocaine raid lead the Sunday Mirror, while the Sunday People says Princess Diana’s former bodyguard suffered from PTSD.