We subscribe to The Times online as our main source of news down here in France, but The Guardian's website is actually still free, so I am also reading that each day.
In fact, I probably prefer the Guardian's website as it updates the opinion pieces throughout the day, and it has The Long Read articles, which I try to read all of, regardless of subject.
But this process also gives an interesting way to see how the two paper's run their various stories.
I have long believed that newspapers target their market much more that act as conduits of knowledge in a liberal democracy. The Daily Mail of course deliberately appeals to the fears of its readership giving them the stories to fan those fears. And The Times and The Guardian clearly aim at their own audience. I have enjoyed this process of review.