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How well do you know the past Christmas number ones?

PUBLISHED: 12:00 16 December 2017

How much do you know about Christmas number ones? Picture: PA ARCHIVE/ PRESS ASSOCIATION IMAGES

How much do you know about Christmas number ones? Picture: PA ARCHIVE/ PRESS ASSOCIATION IMAGES

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Test your friends and family with our Christmas number ones quiz.

Last year pop group Clean Bandit landed Christmas number one with their track Rockabye.

The song, which entered the charts nine weeks prior to Christmas, was about a single mother struggling to support her family.

It spent seven weeks at the top of the charts.

This year the favourites to become Christmas number one consist of Ed Sheeran ft Beyonce – Perfect; Wham!/George Michael – Last Christmas; Mariah Carey – All I want for Christmas; Rak-Su ft Wyclef and Naughty Boy – Dimelo; Rita Ora – Anywhere and Camila Cabello – Havana.

Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran is being tipped to hit the top spot this Christmas thanks to his collaboration with Beyoncé.

The Castle on the Hill singer from Framlingham has teamed up with the American superstar for a remix of his latest track, Perfect.

• Read more: Could Ed hit the top spot this Christmas?

A motorcycle rider was arrested for drug driving after being found with no driving licence, no MOT and no insurance.

The director of the splash park at Alton Water that became infected with dangerous blue-green algae has announced the company will be offering full refunds to any customers unable to reschedule their bookings.

How do you Enjoy Woodbridge More? That was the question we asked our iWitness community last week.

Don’t be alarmed if the first thing you see when you arrive at Kidzfest today is a queue. It is not a sign of things to come.

An 87-year-old German-speaking man reported missing from Ipswich earlier today has been found safe and well, police have confirmed.

Alton Water is just the latest casualty of blue-green algae, as the toxic blooms have flourished in hot weather.

Families heading to Jimmy’s Farm today will want to pack plenty of suncream as forecasters predict scorching temperatures accompanied by high UV levels.

This week fans will get to meet their heroes at the Ipswich Town open day, a tradition that dates back decades.

Visitors to a popular reservoir have been told not to enter the water after dangerous blue green algae was found.

The new football season is just weeks away – and we are getting in on the action by giving Suffolk’s youth football clubs the chance to win a share of £10,000 worth of football equipment.

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