The singer's sixth studio album spends its second week at the top overall, after climbing six places to top the chart. It has now spent 38 weeks inside the chart, and will soon break the million sales barrier.
Plan B is a non-mover at two with the soundtrack to his film iLL Manors, with Maroon 5's Overexposed climbing up one to three.
Emeli Sandé falls one to four with Our Version of Events, while Paloma Faith climbs back up 11 places to five with Fall to Grace.
Conor Maynard drops five from last week's top spot to six with Contrast, with Train jumping up four places to seven with California 37.
Ed Sheeran advances one to eight with +, while fellow long-runner 21 by Adele also goes up a place to nine. Keane climb back up eight to ten with Strangeland.
Delilah drops 18 places to 25 with her debut album From the Roots Up, and Vangelis re-enters at 29 with his Collection.
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Source: Official Charts Company
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