British artists last year held the biggest share of albums sold in the UK since 1997, the heyday of Britpop.
British acts made up 53.3% of albums sold last year, according to Official Charts Data, released by the BPI.
The last period of homegrown dominance in the Official Albums Chart was in 1997, with 58.3%. Oasis, Spice Girls and Radiohead were some of the biggest acts that year.
Last year, the Top 10 best-selling albums in the UK were all ...