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British Newspapers circulation

Google appears to be pretty useless if one is looking for information on British newspapers’ circulation figures. So I decided to make up for that. Below are the figures (taken here, registration needed) for April 2007:

The Daily Telegraph 898,817 (+ 0,29 on March 2007, -0,14 on April 2006)

The Times 629,157 (-1,62 on March 2007, -3,92 on April 2006)

Financial Times 452,930 (-1,76 on March 2007, -2,01 on April 2006)

The Guardian 366,556 (+0,1 on March 2007, -2,1 on April 2006)

The Independent 249,536 (-1,26 on March 2007, -1,34 on April 2006)

Scottish papers: The Herald 69,829, The Scotsman 55,645.

Just to get an idea of how this compares with tabloids: The Sun 3,047,527, The Daily Mail 2,300,420, The Daily Mirror 1,537,143.

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