The overall market for national daily newspapers published in print fell by a further 7.4% last month compared with March 2013 – down from a total of 8,235,206 copies to 7,626,000.  

According to the latest ABC statistics for March 2014, the brightest spots amid the circulation gloom are to be found at the serious end of the market, though two of the biggest year-on-year fallers happened to be the Financial Times, down by 15.6%, and the Independent (-15.1%).

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