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Ed Sheeran keeps Morrissey off No 1 in UK

1 of 1 Ed No 1 for the fourth week
Ed No 1 for the fourth week

Ed Sheeran's latest album X still reigns supreme on the UK album chart and has outsold Morrissey's new album World Peace is None of Your Business.

Sheeran's new Justin Timberlake direction has now spent its fourth week at the top and become the UK's longest-running No 1 of the year having sold 367,000 copies.

Interestingly, Morrissey's old band, The Smiths, have re-entered the chart at No 31 with their 1986 album The Queen is Dead

Other new entries include, No 7 for the self-titled album by London collective Jungle, Judas Priest’s 17th studio album Redeemer of Souls is at No. 12, Rise Against’s The Black Market is at No 13. and Yes by Jason Mraz debuts at No 18.

The UK has a new No 1 single in the shape of Me and My Broken Heart by Rixton, whose lead singer, 21-year-old Jake Roche, is the son of EastEnders' star Shane Richie and singer and TV presenter Coleen Nolan.

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