Justin Bieber has yet another chart record to add to his growing for claiming the number one, two and three slots in the UK singles chart.

The feat which sees the Canadian singer remain in pole position this week with 'Love Yourself' and stay at two with 'Sorry' has never been done before.

Bieber's former number one single 'What Do You Mean?', meanwhile, climbs one place to three.

In the album chart, Adele's '25' is number one for a seventh straight week.

Her third solo record again triumphed over Elvis Presley's 'If I Can Dream', her closest rival, on what would have been the legendary singer's 81st birthday.

Bieber is only one place behind with 'Purpose', just ahead of Jess Glynne's 'I Cry When I Laugh' at four and James Bay's 'Chaos and the Calm' at five.

A campaign to send Motorhead's Ace of Spades into the Top 40 following the death of lead singer Ian 'Lemmy' Kilmister sees the track re-enter the singles chart at 13.

The song's previous highest position came when it was first released in 1980, when it reached 15th place.

Further down the chart, at number 33, Craig David scores his first top 40 hit in eight years with When the Bassline Drops.

UK singles chart top five
1. Justin Bieber Love Yourself
2. Justin Bieber Sorry
3. Justin Bieber What Do You Mean
4. Shawn Mendes Stitches
5. Adele Hello