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National newspaper publishers are upping their print runs tonight in the light of the Prime Minister Liz Truss’s announcement that she is to resign.


In addition, given the 20:15 kick off for tonight’s football match between Leicester and Leeds and with Fulham playing Aston Villa, and with the additional supplies being put into the marketplace, the Newspaper Media Association (MNA) has requested a degree of flexibility with tomorrow’s cut offs. However, it has asked wholesalers to minimise double runs.


Menzies Distribution has advised depots that 15 minutes of flexibility should be allowed.


Below is a guide to the circulation increases but may be subject to further change.


Additional copies will be allocated to stores with the greatest potential for extra sales.

Mail +3% Eng Scot Wales

Times +4% Eng Scot Wales

Sun +1.5% Eng Scot Wales

I Daily +10% Eng Scot Wales

Express +5% Eng Wales 10% Scotland

Mirror +5% Eng Wales 20% Scotland

Star +5% Eng Wales Scot

Daily Record +3% (Scotland Only)

Telegraph +13% Eng Scot Wales

Guardian +7% Eng Scot Wales

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