The "Times" was the only UK national newspaper to increase sales year-on-year. Its free 'bulk' sales copies were level year-on-year at around 22,000, so it can claim a genuine paid-for sales increase. The "Sunday Times" was the best-performing Sunday newspaper in relative terms, falling 3.8 percent year-on-year to 804,042. Its bulk sales are also roughly level year-on-year at around 11,000. Every other national newspaper lost print sales last month at a rate of more than 5 percent year-on-year.