Sales gap widens slightly between Sun and Record

THE sales gap between the Scottish Sun and the Daily Record has widened slightly, according to the latest figures.

The ‘ABCs’ for September reveal an average net circulation of 411,753 for The Scottish Sun – as opposed to 409,034 in August – and 373,702 for the Daily Record – compared to 375,235 the previous month.

Meanwhile, the Sunday Mail continues to be the biggest-selling newspaper in Scotland, but its average was down, from 473,482 in August, to 468,735 last month.