Justin Bieber’s What Do You Mean? wins fifth week at Number 1

Plus there are new entries and big climbers from Drake, Jamie Lawson, Olly Murs and The 1975.

It was a close battle all week, but Justin Bieber has fought off competition to claim a fifth week at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart with What Do You Mean?

The track is now the second-longest Number 1 of 2015, behind Mark Ronson’s Uptown Funk, who spent six weeks in pole position this year (seven since its release last year). Click here to see where all of Justin Bieber's singles and album have charted in the UK.

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Holding at Number 2 this week is R City and Adam Levine’s Locked Away, and Drake scores his highest-charting single as a lead artist with Hotline Bling, which leaps from 8 to Number 3. His previous best was Number 4 with 2013’s Hold On We’re Going Home. Click here to see Drake’s full UK chart history.

Rounding off this week’s Top 5 is Naughty Boy, Beyonce and Arrow Benjamin’s Runnin’ (4), and The Weeknd reaches a new peak with The Hills, vaulting 23 to 5.

New entries and high climbers

Singer-songwriter Jamie Lawson zooms from 40 to 6 with Wasn’t Expecting That. The track was originally unveiled in 2011 but has been re-released since he signed to Ed Sheeran’s Gingerbread Man Records label.

Outside the Top 10, Olly Murs earns his 12th Top 20 hit with Kiss Me, which lands at 14, and The 1975’s new single Love Me debuts at Number 20.

Finally, Fetty Wap and Monty jumps nine spots to Number 24, and Selena Gomez’s Good For You re-enters the Top 40 at 38.

See this week's Official Top 100 Singles Chart