Friday Five: the week’s top news

– The Good Food Guide has completely overhauled its ratings system​, replacing its long-standing 1-10 scores with ‘good’, ‘very good’, ‘exceptional’, and ‘world class’. The changes are intended to ‘simplify and modernise’ the 70-year-old restaurant guide, which is now exclusively digital. Under the new regime, ‘good’ represents a reliable combination of good food (showing sound …

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