The Times was the best-performing national newspaper in April, according to ABC, with sales down just 0.45 per cent year on year to 397,713. At £1.20 during the week, The Times is now the cheapest of the 'quality' national titles.
The Financial Times was the biggest faller, down 15.8 per cent to 224,250 worldwide. It has a daily sale in the UK of just over 43,000 copies.
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The next worst performing national daily was The Independent, which dropped 16.2 per cent to an average circulation of 63,360. Its total paid-for circulation was just under 47,000 copies a day.
The worst performing UK-wide Sunday newspaper was the Daily Star Sunday, which fell 11.7 per cent to 291,439.
No UK national newspaper managed to increase its print sale year on year in April.