The Pogues

This year's festive chart battle includes classics from Wham!, Mariah Carey and The Pogues – as well as a new song by Eurovision's Sam Ryder.
The singer is best known for his festive hit Fairytale Of New York, featuring the late Kirsty MacColl.
The actor shared his predictable take after Radio 1's decision to air an alternative version of the Christmas song this year.
The Pogues and Kirsty MacColl's Christmas tune has come under fire over its lyrical content.
The use of the homophobic slur "f****t" in the popular Christmas song has proved a divisive issue in recent years.
The divisive conversation around the song's lyrics continues.