The number of wholesaler double runs for daily nationals dropped slightly during March after February's dramatic increase. Figures from the Association of Newspaper & Magazine Wholesalers show 8,339 vans were rerun for dailies compared with 8,878 for the previous month and 9,352 for the same period in 2000. The Telegraph had the best performance ­ down from just over 1,000 to 224 ­ while the Mirror was up from 1,158 in Februrary to nearly 2,000 in March; the Financial Times was up from 779 to 1,260 and the Independent was up from 776 to 1,038. The number of double runs for Sunday titles crept up again with 1,612 wholesale vans being re-run during March. The main offender was the Sunday Times, which caused nearly 400 vans to be rerun while the Sunday Sport was responsible for the fewest ­ down from 456 in February 2001 to 69. The performance by Sunday newspapers, however, was better than in March 2000, when nearly 2,400 vans were rerun. {{CTN }}