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Winston Churchill scores chart hit

Winston Churchill in 1941
Image caption Churchill's inspiring speeches buoyed wartime Britain

Winston Churchill has entered the album chart for a second time with a record marking the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.

Reach For The Skies, by the RAF's Central Band, featuring Churchill's rousing World War II speeches set to music, was a new entry at four.

Churchill last charted in 1965, shortly after his death, with The Voice Of.

The highest new entry this week was Mark Ronson's Record Collection at two, with The Script leading the rundown.

Tinie Tempah topped the singles chart with Written In The Stars.

It is the musician's second number one track following Pass Out, which achieved the feat in June.

Another UK urban star, Labrinth, entered the chart at three with Let The Sunshine.

Adele's song Make You Feel My Love soared to number four after being featured on The X Factor.

It was previously a hit in 2008 and achieved a highest chart position of 28.

Enrique Iglesias's collaboration with Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger manoevured itself to number eight with a climb of five places.

Back in the album chart, two other new entries inside the top 10 were KT Tunstall's Tiger Suit at five and Eric Clapton's latest collection at number seven.

Churchill's voice also featured on Iron Maiden's 1984 hit single Aces High, which is about an RAF pilot's exploits during the Battle of Britain.

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