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Newspapers have been dispersed from the United Kingdom for centuries for U.K. Newspapers.  Now, the UK's most highly circulating newspaper is your free sheet Metro whilst some other popular names comprise tabloids like The Sun and Daily Mirror, center market newspapers like the Daily Mail and Daily Express, and Broadsheet papers like The Guardian and The Times. The Daily Telegraph needed circulation of 300,000. Sunday paper sales also grew quickly, with Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper being the first to market one million copies a matter

1. Metro


Metro is the United Kingdom’s highest-circulation print newspaper. It is published in tabloid format by DMG Media.

2. The Sun


A tabloid newspaper founded in 1964 and published in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

3. The Sun on Sunday


The Sun on Sunday was launched to replace the defunct News of the World.

4. Daily Mail


A daily middle-market tabloid newspaper published in London.

5. Mail On Sunday


Launched in 1982 as a sister paper to the Daily Mail, it’s a conservative newspaper published in a tabloid format.

6. The Sunday Times


The largest-selling British national newspaper in the “quality press” market category.

7. Daily Mirror


A national daily tabloid newspaper founded in 1903. Unlike other major British tabloids, it has no separate Scottish edition.

8. The Times


Launched in 1785 (renamed in 1788 when it became the first paper in the world to bear the name “Times”).

9. Sunday Mirror


The Sunday sister paper of the Daily Mirror. It aims to strike a balance between “socially responsible reporting of great issues of the day and sheer entertainment.”

10. Daily Telegraph


Daily newspaper published in London and generally accounted as one of Britain’s “big three” quality newspapers.

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