Gap Widens Slightly Between Scottish Sun Sales and Record’s

As predicted on Friday, on, the gap between the top two-selling daily newspapers in Scotland has slightly widened, following publication of the latest monthly sales figures.

On average, during April, a gap of 35,910 separated the Scottish Sun from its nearest rival, the Daily Record, according to net circulation figures released from auditors, ABC.

During March, the gap was 32,716. In February, it was 33,907.

The April ABCs reveal an average net circulation of 399,321