The Daily Telegraph – known to be a conservative newspaper which has a distribution throughout the whole of the UK. It is founded in 1855 by Arthur B. Sleigh. As of July 2011, it had an average daily circulation of 634,113 (The Guardian).
The Sun – has circulation both in UK and Ireland and even has regionalized editions in Glasgow through the Scottish Sun and Dublin (The Irish Sun). It is owned by News International which is a subsidiary owned by News Corporation.
It has the largest circulation in the UK with a daily average daily circulation of 2,656,271 copies as of September of 2012 (The Guardian)
Daily Mirror – formerly called The Mirror and is the daily counterpart of the Sunday mirror. It has an average daily circulation of 1,083,983 as of March 2012 (The Guardian).