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Last Updated: Sunday November 30 2008 18:49 GMT

Take That rule the singles chart

Take That

Take That have shot to the top of the UK singles chart with their latest release, The Greatest Day.

They knocked Beyonce back down to number two after just one week in the top spot, while Britney saw her track Womanizer rise two places to seven.

Former X Factor hopefuls and brother and sister combo Same Difference got the second highest new entry, at number 13, with their debut single We R One.

But it's all change in the album chart with three new entries at the top.

The Killers' Day & Age won the race to number one, followed by Guns n' Roses' long-awaited Chinese Democracy at two.

And there's success for another of last year's X Factor finalists, as Welsh warbler Rhydian Roberts entered the chart at number three, pushing Leona Lewis' deluxe edition of Spirit down to four.