A Mother's Day boost helped Adele's 21 extend its run at the top of the album charts to a record-breaking tenth week.
It became the first album to sell more than 100,000 copies for 10 weeks in a row. Last week's 257,731 sales was the best yet, pushing the 69-day total to 1,754,319.
The album has also now moved ahead of Madonna's Immaculate Collection for the most consecutive weeks at number one for an album by a female solo artist, ...
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