Following the substantial payout of libel damages on Thursday, there was further bad news for the 'World's Greatest Newspaper' on Friday when the latest ABCs showed another fall in circulation for Richard Desmond's useless rag.
The Express' circulation was 668,273 in March - 4,678 down on February. That represented a 7.93% drop on March 2009 - the biggest year-on-year fall of all the daily tabloids.
It also means circulation is now 182,926 lower than when Peter Hill took over as editor in December 2003 - that a loss of just over one-fifth of readers in six years. Tut tut.
Still, Desmond won't be too upset - the Star has had another baffling rise in sales. Staggering, given that all it peddles is made-up celebrity gossip.
The Daily Star is the fourth best-selling 'newspaper' in the country.
How depressing is that?