- Anti-Jacobin (1797–98). Weekly.
- The Asian Leader
- Bell's Life In London and Sporting Chronicle (1822–1866), aka Bell's Life. Weekly.
- Bell's Weekly Messenger (1796–1896). Weekly.
- British Gazette (1926). Government newspaper published during the General Strike.
- Black Dwarf (1817–1824).
- The Children's Newspaper (1919–1965). Weekly.
- Daily Chronicle (1872–1930). Daily.
- Daily Courant (1702–1735). Daily.
- Daily Herald (1912–1964; relaunched as The Sun). Daily.
- Daily News (1846–1930). Daily.
- Daily Post (1719–??). Daily.
- Daily Sketch (1909–1971). Daily.
- Daily Worker (1924–1966). Daily.
- The Derby Mercury (1732–1933)
- Dispatch (Birmingham)
- Eastern Morning News (1864–1929)
- Edinburgh Courant (1705–1720)
- Empire News
- The European (1990–1999). Weekly.
- Evening News (1881–1980)
- Examiner (1808–1886)
- Exchange Herald (1809–1826). Weekly.
- The Graphic (1869–1932). Weekly.
- Labour Elector (1888–1894)
- Leeds Mercury (1718–1939)
- Leeds Times (1833–1901). Weekly.
- Liverpool Mercury (1811–1904)
- thelondonpaper, a free evening London newspaper (2006–2009)
- Manchester Chronicle (1781–1842)
- Manchester Gazette (1795–1828)
- Manchester Herald (1792–1793)
- Manchester Observer (1818–1821)
- Mercurius Aulicus (1643–1645)
- Morning Chronicle (1769–1862)
- Morning Post (1772–1937). Daily.
- The Nation (1921–1931). Weekly.
- News Chronicle (1930–1960). Daily.
- News of the World (1843–2011). Weekly.
- News on Sunday (1987). Weekly.
- Norfolk News (1845–1961)
- Northern Star (1792–1797)
- The Northern Whig (1823–1963)
- The North Briton (1762–3, 1768–71)
- North West Enquirer (2006). Weekly.
- Norwich Post (1721- ) - first provincial paper
- Pall Mall Gazette (1865–1923)
- The Pink News (2006-2007)
- Pink Paper
- Political Register (1802–1835)
- Poor Man's Guardian (1831–35). Edited by Henry Hetherington
- The Post (1988). Daily.
- Red Republican (1848–1850)
- Reynolds' News (est. 1850; became the Sunday Citizen in its last five years of existence from 1962 to 1967)
- Sheffield Register (1787–1794)
- Sporting Life (1859–1998)
- Staffordshire Mercury (1824–1848)
- Sunday Correspondent (1989–1990). Weekly.
- Sunday Dispatch (1928–1961). Weekly.
- Sunday Graphic (1927–1960). Weekly.
- Sunday Chronicle
- Time And Tide (1920–1970) Weekly. (1970–1979) monthly.
- Today (1986–1995). Daily.
- The Week
- Weekly Review
- Welsh Mirror
- Westminster Gazette (1893–1928)
- Workers' Dreadnought (1914–1924)
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