Official Charts Analysis: Ed Sheeran back on top of the albums chart

After playing second fiddle to Kasabian's For Crying Out Loud a fortnight ago and Harry Styles eponymous solo debut last week, Ed Sheeran's ÷ returns to the top of the album chart.

Selling a further 33,034 copies last week (including 12,467 sales-equivalent streams), ÷ therefore racks up its 10th week at No.1, a tally surpassed in the 2010s only by Adele's 21 (23 weeks) and 25 (13 weeks). Sheeran's overall tally of 26 weeks at No.1 in the 2010s (X ...

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