Fresh circulation figures for national newspapers show that the decline in sales continued throughout November. ABC figures revealed The Sun's average daily sales down more than 80,000 on October while The Mirror recorded a fall of 76,900 copies on the October figure, representing a fall of 3.42% month on month. Every title in the daily mid-market and quality sectors lost sales in November with the exceptions of the Financial Times which turned in a daily increase of almost 700 copies, and The Independent which recorded an increase of 442 copies. The biggest drop in the quality group was sustained by The Scotsman, which lost an average of 3,131 copies during November. The downward spiral continued in the Sunday market with the single exception of the Sunday Sport in the popular Sunday sector with an increase of 4,227 copies. The biggest fall, of 76,542 (4%) copies was recorded by the Sunday Mirror. The only newspaper in the national Sunday mid or quality market to increase sales was the Sunday Telegraph, up by 3,315 copies. {{CTN }}