How does one get the coveted third Michelin star? The difference between a one-star and two-star dish is easy to see; a two-star dish astonishes you when you see it, and it’s more complex in its flavours. When it comes to discerning what makes a restaurant worthy of three stars, however, it’s all about consistency, says ex-Michelin Guide inspector Chris Watson. He also believes that three stars are reserved for the grand class; for him, rustic pubs aren’t ready for three stars.
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The UK media is regulated by the likes of IPSO and Ofcom. The report by press regulator IMPRESS highlights the link between low levels of media literacy and trust in the news. The study found that three quarters of those who did not know if journalists were regulated did not trust the news. It suggests that improving media literacy is one way to stem the erosion of trust, and shows that audiences have an appetite for information on news processes. Stakeholders need to collaborate in order to rebuild trust in the news, and independent media is well placed to do this. Read full article here