Yes, never buy newspapers anymore, quite happy to get on with looking at them all over the internet.
I read them in this order daily:
Independent (Of Common Sense)
I watch the Beeb News Channel at various times depending on my shift pattern and, on rare occasion, I look at Sky News.
While I loathe to pick out better, best and worst of the lot, I wouldn't go around forming my opinions based on the last two, but then again I would find a working day unbearable without having an ogle at some delicious looking tarts spread all over a 'Newscast' either.
Torygraph for 'normal' i.e. at home, work or in a hotel.
Daily Hate online as it appears to be the only one that doesn't hold back content.
Evnin' Stannad' when in London or flying in or out of Heathrow.
Not a paper, but Old Holborn's blog as he is an opinionated git but makes a good point.
Never buy one, but loiter with intent around bus/train stations and minesweep the leftovers, doctors surgery and hospitals are a generous source of golfing/caravanning and of course national geographic magazines mostly out of date but beggars etc.....
I don't buy a newspaper but have to say the Metro does regularly post stories regarding decorated soldiers or wounded squaddies. Never read a story in there yet that's derogatory towards the forces on the ground. Not bad for a free rag that you chuck when you get off the bus.
Strangely enough, I was contemplating a similar starter thread BUT with broadcasters in mind, eg; BBC, ITV & SKY. (I believe the BBC heavily union backed, therefore, in my opinion they are bias ) But to the original Question, They all seem to have an agenda one way or another, therefore I tend to sway towards the DM because they bring issues to light, even though I don't always agree with their vewpoint.
I rarely buy the Torygraph, but will happily pinch it from the mess to do the crossword. The Mail I will buy, purely for the centre page pull-out of sudoki (and similar) and a crossword that rivals the Torygraph.
When I am in the UK I tend to buy the Torygraph , FT and WSJ during the week and the Times on a Saturday. I can only get the WSJ out here but the one thing I dont miss is the Saturday magazine and most of the supplements in the Times.
I am convinced that the only people who care about its content are the people who write it. e.g. Jurno has a baby and proceeds to write about it for the next eighteen years as if she is the first person in history to raise a child.