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Paywall fails to stop Wapping print declines

If Rupert Murdoch's paywall gambit was intended to defend print circulations, it isn't working - new circulation figures suggest.

The Times and Sunday Times became the first UK national newspapers to go completely behind paywalls in June this year.

Circulation decline at both titles was in line with the rest of the market in September, new figures released by ABC reveal.

Sales for The Times dropped 14.8 per cent to year on year to 486,868 and at the Sunday Times circulation fell by 9.5 per cent to 1,091,869.

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