Average daily net circulation dipped 1.32% month on month to 10.7 million, which followed a 1.21% slump in September.
The Daily Star, down 3.13% to 836,556, and The Sun, down 1.72% to 3.02 million copies, were the steepest fallers among the “popular” titles while The Daily Telegraph was the biggest faller of all the “quality” titles, down 4.23% to 767,894.
Only The Financial Times, The Independent and The Times reversed the trend with 1.05%, 0.3% and 0.05% bumps respectively.
Sunday newspaper circulation also continued to slide, down 0.5% month on month to 11.09 million, following the 0.35% dip in September.
The Daily Star Sunday was the biggest loser among the popular titles, slumping 5.18% to 364,667. The News of the Word remains the most circulated national Sunday despite dropping 2.06% to 3.06 million copies.
The Observer, which this week announced that is was axing three of its four monthly magazines as part of a cost cutting drive, slumped 4.85% to 366, 918 copies.
The Mail on Sunday was the biggest Sunday riser in the month, up 5.14% to 2.1 million.