By BBC News
The UK's lorry driver shortage - and the measures the government are proposing - feature on Sunday's front pages.
The Sunday Telegraph says Boris Johnson wants firms to increase drivers' wages.
Some 10,500 temporary visas will be available for lorry and poultry workers to work in the UK as the government seeks to limit disruption in the run up to Christmas.
"Christmas back on track," the Sunday Express says at it highlights the government's plans to boost driver numbers.
But European drivers are unlikely to be attracted by the offer, according to the Observer.
Haulage bosses tell the paper that more is needed than a temporary relaxation of immigration rules to entice drivers to the UK.
Meanwhile, the Mail on Sunday reports that a senior boss at the Road Haulage Association has been accused of triggering the petrol pump crisis by leaking remarks made by a BP executive at a government meeting.
Meanwhile. the Observer describes the "bruising defeat" Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer faced after unions united to oppose his plans to change the rules around selecting future party leaders.
"Chaos" has engulfed the Labour conference, the paper reports, as Sir Keir sought - but failed - to limit the role of party members and increase the power of MPs in the leader selection process.
The Sunday Mirror carries an interview with the Labour leader who has pledged to tax private schools by scrapping their charitable status.
Some £1.7bn would be raised under such reforms, Sir Keir says.
England footballer and campaigner on child food poverty Marcus Rashford is the lead story on the front of the Sunday People.
He is asking the government to reverse its decision to cut £20 per week from universal credit.
The additional cash was introduced as a top up to help people during the pandemic, but it is being stopped from next month.
And the Sunday Times reports that the government is turning to nuclear power as Britain finds itself in an energy crisis.
Rolls-Royce is expected to be given funding to create a fleet of mini reactors, the paper adds.