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  Craig David kept off the top spot
Updated 04 May 2003, 19.01
Craig David couldn't get to the top of the charts
Craig David's duet with Sting - Rise & Fall - has been kept from the top spot by Tomcraft, whose track Loneliness went straight to the top of the charts.

Ronan Keating made it three new entries at the top of the charts with The Long Goodbye charting at three.

Last week's chart toppers Busted slumped to number four with You Said No.

Kelly Rowland was also a big new entry, taking Can't Nobody straight in at five.

Fame Academy winner David Sneddon enjoyed a mixed week in the charts, with his single dropping seven places but the album going straight in at five.

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