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When it comes to great Bri­tish pro­duce, Bor­ough Mar­ket has well and truly cor­nered the, erm, mar­ket. So it’s no sur­prise that at new pop-up Bor­ough Plates, set at its cen­tre, the chang­ing menu fea­tures the finest char­cu­terie, pâtés and seafood around. And it’s no sur­prise that, as a re­sult, the dishes are de­li­cious. In fact, the only sur­prise is: why has no one thought do this be­fore?! bor­ough mar­ket.org.uk

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This week’s Stella cel­e­brates all things ‘It’ and Brit – which is why we’re bang in the mood for new book Lon­don Up­ris­ing: Fifty Fash­ion De­sign­ers, One City. A back­stage pass into the stu­dios of the cap­i­tal’s coolest de­sign­ers, the gor­geous tome sees Anya Hind­march in­ter­viewed by Lisa Arm­strong, Vic­to­ria Beck­ham by Alexan­dra Shul­man, plus (as the ti­tle would sug­gest) 48 oth­ers, all just as fab­u­lous. Out now

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You can keep Cannes, and save us Sun­dance. Be­cause this week, Glas­gow is prov­ing we Brits throw an al­to­gether cooler film fes­ti­val. Sure, there are starry pre­mieres ( Mad to be Nor­mal with David Ten­nant) and hot in­ter­na­tional films ( Ber­lin Syn­drome, above), but here they’re do­ing things dif­fer­ently. An im­mer­sive screen­ing of The Thing on a snowy ski slope? That’s just for starters… glas­gow­film.org

win it

For our Great Bri­tish Spe­cial, it’s only right that we have a spe­cial Great Bri­tish prize up for grabs. Tick­ets to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, say? Done! To mark the 10th an­niver­sary of gold-medal-win­ning Flower Power Pre­mium Plant Food, de­vel­oped by gar­den­ing ex­pert Richard Jack­son (avail­able at qvcuk.com), QVC is giv­ing away five pairs to Tele­graph sub­scribers. En­ter at tele­graph.co.uk/sub­scriber

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