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Westlife score 13th chart topper
Westlife have maintained their chart success
Boy band Westlife have achieved their 13th number one single after You Raise Me Up debuted at the top of the charts.

The Irish band, who have sold more than 25 million albums globally since they first hit the charts in 1999 - pushed the Arctic Monkeys into second place.

Kate Bush, who has been absent from the charts for 12 years, made it to number four with King of the Mountain, while Sugababes' Push the Button hit three.

Robbie Williams' latest album Intensive Care debuted at number one.

His single Tripping fell one place to five, while his album pushed The Prodigy into second place with Their Law, a collection of their singles.

Two other single releases - Hilary Duff's Wake up and Backstreet Boys' Just Want You to Know made it to number seven and eight.

And in the album chart, James Blunt's Back to Bedlam is still at number five after 34 weeks' release.

Destiny's Child's album, No 1s, debuted at number six and Supertramp's compilation of hits, Retrospectacle, hit the chart at number nine.

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