The Sun is still Britain’s official Number 1 newsbrand with 30.6MILLION readers

THE Sun is still officially Britain’s number one newsbrand thanks to YOU, our incredible readers.

New figures from PAMCo, which provides audience data for publishers, show The Sun reaches a staggering 30.6million people a month across print and digital.

The Sun's massive readership continues to grow

The Sun’s massive readership continues to grow

The statistics leave rivals the Daily Mirror and the Daily Mail in the dust as our loyal readers flock to us for their daily news.

They also reveal The Sun is the number one digital newsbrand with a huge 27.4million people reached each month.

A massive 25.9million readers are clicking on our mobile platforms every month to get their news on the go.

The figures come after an impressive few months for The Sun as we continued to break world-beating exclusives.

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West Ham's Kurt Zouma KICKS & slaps his pet cat in horrific video


West Ham’s Kurt Zouma KICKS & slaps his pet cat in horrific video

These included Matt Hancock’s affair with his aide, the Queen’s hospital stay and Kurt Zouma kicking his cat.

Our brave team in Ukraine kept agenda-setting exclusives rolling as The Sun revealed all the latest news from the conflict.

Sanctions on Roman Abramovich, the British soldier who abandoned his post to join Ukraine’s front line, human interest stories and the first pictures inside Putin’s megayacht kept readers captivated.

The Sun has also continued to campaign on behalf of the reader – demanding lower fuel prices in the midst of a cost of living crisis, as well as giving daily tips on how best to save money.

Our Green Team continued to help our readers on their mission to help the planet, and The Sun’s Jabs Army recruited 80,000 volunteers to help the vaccination drive during the pandemic.

SunHols from £9.50, and Superdays also continued with family tickets to Alton Towers and beyond, as well as a free bet with Ladbrokes for Cheltenham 2022.

Victoria Newton, editor in chief of The Sun, said: “A big thank you to Sun readers for keeping The Sun in the number one spot.

“The Sun brings our readers a unique mix of everything from agenda setting world exclusives, massive entertainment stories, big opinions, the best sporting news, and serious public service journalism every day – all with a smile!”

The Sun website led unrivalled coverage over the Queen's Platinum Jubilee

The Sun website led unrivalled coverage over the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee