Ed Sheeran sets new Official Chart record as Shape Of You and Castle On The Hill spend a fifth week at Number 1 and 2

Plus there are big new Top 40 entries from Stormzy, Train and James Arthur on this week's Official Singles Chart.

Ed Sheeran sets new Official Chart record as Shape Of You and Castle On The Hill spend a fifth week at Number 1 and 2

Ed Sheeran extended run at Number 1 and 2 on the Official Singles Chart means he sets a new UK chart record this week. 

The Suffolk singer-songwriter's double release hold their positions for a fifth consecutive week, with Shape Of You at 1 and Castle On The Hill at 2. Shape Of You was downloaded 41,000 times and played 8.14 million times on streaming services to keep its place at the top.

It's the longest time an act had held the Top 2 positions on the Official Chart, overtaking Justin Bieber, who logged four weeks with Sorry and Love Yourself in November/December 2015.

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New entries and high climbers

Stormzy claims this week's highest new entry with Big For Your Boots (8), matching his previous peak on the chart with Shut Up in December 2015. The track is taken from his highly anticipated debut album Gang Signs & Prayer, which follows on February 24. 

Elsewhere in the Top 10, Zayn and Taylor Swift's I Don't Wanna Live Forever - taken from the new Fifty Shades Darker movie, lifts four spots to a new personal best at 9, and Dua Lipa lands her highest charting single to date with Be The One, which lifts one place to Number 10.

Two songs crack the Top 20 for the first time this week, Martin Garrix's Scared To Be Lonely ft. Dua Lipa at 14 (up nine places), and Sage The Gemini's Now And Later rises four places to 17.

Three more tracks make big gains this week: Tinie Tempah's Text From Your Ex ft. Tinashe lifts ten rungs to 24, Train's Play That Song (25) becomes the band's first UK Top 40 hit in five years, and Snakehips' Don't Leave ft. MO moves 39 to 29.

Finally, James Arthur's Safe Inside - the follow up to his Number 1 hit Say You Won't Let Go – makes its Top 40 debut at 34, a climb of 15 places.

See this week's Top 100 Official Singles Chart in full