Sales fell across all of Trinity Mirror regional dailies during June compared the previous month according to the latest ABC figures.
The figures for combined print and digital edition show Sunday titles faring particularly badly during June, with the Liverpool Sunday Echo down 11pc, Wales on Sunday down 7.9pc and the Sunday Mercury down 5pc.
The statistics also showed a year-on-year decline across the board for the company’s print editions, with the Birmingham Mail posting the biggest year-on-year decline, down 28.2pc.
The full figures can be seen in the tables below.
1. Print and Digital sales for April with month-on-month change:
2. Print only with year-on-year change: