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herbage
16d first worries raised about electronic part of racket (5,4) is sweet spot but I can't parse it. Also, 13a linger keeping quiet and capture bird is surely lapwing ?
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herbage
Welsh-supplied strain used to make beer(6) looks like brewed but why Welsh?
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clog2
one to go! 12a Spirit that's immature, so to speak (4) ?ili Thanks in advance...
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swanswer
9d broadcast caught by young Afghan couple ?A?D / ?P 19d Sound nervous at first and all of a quiver N?R???? Thanks having trouble today!...
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terryfish
1a One miserable squat, head of for good (6) Is this GROUCH - but help with parsing it? Thanks...
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MartianAlien
2dn I draw out the borders of Bucks (3) O.E
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Flonska
My, what a lot of hill forts there appear to be in the area in this week's puzzle? Also, nice little distraction on names esp with Hill and Castle in the other nearby locations!...
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cineaste
8d, bolshie academic turned dumb yes man N???E? 26a, euro put down wrong bojo finally admitted OWNED ?? ?O...
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cineaste
1d, see someone regularly stayed out of work G? ?????? 4a, impound E after busting dealers premises ????? D?? 14a, support eastern lover sanctioned by the law ????U?? 20d, having an aversion to metal,...
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bravodeltic
Help on two please 21d sign that woman's morning is behind time (3,3) ?h? ??n 23d live to be successful, but at love's expense (5) d???e Thanks again...
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Gung-Ho-Joe
2d. I draw out the borders of Bucks (3) O-E. Sorry, but this is not a wind-up…….is my 'E' wrong……?...
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Sallyforth
13d assembly of folk brought together by crime say (11). 16d balance poor in paper's last piece , dear me (9). Many thanks in advance...
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busow
3d star once snapped hugging posh mistress (9). 7d worry one's still into The Dandy (11) Thanks in advance...
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Sallyforth
7d worry one's still into The Dandy (11). 13d assembly of folk brought together by crime,say(11) Many thanks in advance...
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10ClarionSt
This is only a small part of it but I just can't understand how any intelligent person can get into situations like this. Throughout my working life I have always earned well below the average wage...
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Mayosnake
26 across :Regularly turned pants near the bottom. u- d- r- e-t- Please parse" underneath"....
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mcgournj
18d Troublemaker, terrorist? Not to criminal (7) 24a Very short rope for tanning rooms (7) 23d Hairy man in union full of it (4)....
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pjwesties
Last one 23d hairy man in union full of it have.s.u help please
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terryfish
14a Look, tramp returned sandwiches to restaurant (9) T-A-----A This looks like TRATORRIA but I can't parse it. Many thanks...

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follyfancier
my neighbour was making a loud noise for nearly 30 mins and I am wondering what he was doing I know he has an exercise bike and also makes a noise like kicking a football round the floor(all indoors)...
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goodgoalie
Anyone still buying a newspaper on a weekday? I know it's cheaper if you subscribe (which they desperately want you to do), but now The Times and Telegraph are both £1.60 and The Guardian an...
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Headbanger
Congratulations to P Bradley of Leeds who has won BOTH the £50 bonus prizes in the Sunday Express this week.! Jealous? Moi?...
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Flonska
A moderate puzzle this week, methinks, with our author back in one of his favourite haunts, uncovering further contributions by the Stevenson Family to the NLB among piratical and nordic violent...
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E-claire
Bottom right has taken me forever! Can someone please parse 33a, Steem....
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davidsmith69
Where is EastEnder Chronicles blog?
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mercedita
Hi! Can anyone help me please? I'm trying to do the Antico Crossword in the April Oldie and am stuck on 27D: Request silver keys (5). ISLES would fit for the 'keys' but what to do with 'Request...
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goodgoalie
Anyone still buying a newspaper on a weekday? I know it's cheaper if you subscribe (which they desperately want you to do), but now The Times and Telegraph are both £1.60 and The Guardian an...
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cupid04
Good morning folks. Another one has vanished from the latest posts. So here is a new one for you to get your teeth into. You just follow previous song/lyric with one of your own. Most importantly play...
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goodgoalie
Anyone still buying a newspaper on a weekday? I know it's cheaper if you subscribe (which they desperately want you to do), but now The Times and Telegraph are both £1.60 and The Guardian an...
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cineaste
1d, reliable person with weapon outside polish buildings 6,3,6 8d, repeat novel in speech and end up receiving feasible complaint 6,9 14a, nob quietly leaves capital to conservative villain 10 20a,...
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Zacs-Master
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9RcmVobP320 Anyone disagree with him?...
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rodders12
Ring up worried customer a little overdrawn about cash supply - the problem ? The answer is " purchasing power " but why - I see the anagram of ring up and an anagram of cash and supply could I guess...
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peterofware
built from junk
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Bramcotess
This is a hard one. Think I've started OK but help with the 9 letter clues would be much appreciated: H. Spa treatment from male advertising to many on time. And P. Constant price set for Caroline?...
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ladyandb
help please with 1across
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lezah
1a Theatrical group (4). Is it camp?
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emmie
going on the time it takes many to work out clues, i must admit i do some but am not that quick....
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Cultman
Esecurity feature about to get new patch

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Sunday Times Crossword

Cryptic crosswords can be difficult even when you are used to the setter’s way of thinking. We’ve compiled a list of tips and examples from the Sunday Times crossword to help you on your way to completion and another Sunday morning well spent.   Wordplay in the Sunday Times often involves using the first or ...17:30 Thu 31st Oct 2013

I will be moving abroad to work later this year, can you recommend any good expat websites that will keep me in touch with life in Britain

Asks panda A. Most websites geared towards the British expatriate community will help you keep in touch with news and current affairs back home, put you in touch with fellow Brits abroad or send you01:00 Mon 03rd Sep 2001

Are there really Satanists in this country or is it just a bunch of Goths taking it a bit too far

asks MissDon:A. Satanists are in the news again because of 23-year-old Manuela Ruda who, along with her husband Daniel, was found guilty of murder in Germany. They had killed a man by hitting him with01:00 Fri 01st Feb 2002

What is a cryptic crossword

A. A cryptic crossword puzzle is one in which each clue is a little puzzle in itself, as distinct from the more straightforward question-and-answer crosswords. Crosswords were invented in Britain in01:00 Mon 21st May 2001

Anax Crosswords

Anax Crosswords is the home of Anax, crossword setter for the likes of The Independent, Financial Times, The Times and as of June 2011 the Sunday Times Concise Crossword. He has been setting and compiling crosswords for a number of years, and this experience reflects in his frequently updated blog - a popular source fo...14:45 Fri 08th Apr 2011

When did the Internet bank First-e close

Asks marmalade A. It closed at the end of September and all operations ceased on October 3, 2001 in the UK and Germany. It will continue to operate in France. Q. Why did it close A. Many believe01:00 Mon 29th Oct 2001

Etiquette For Asking A Quiz, Puzzle or Crossword Question

1. When asking for help with a crossword clue, please do a search through AnswerBank first to see if the clue has already been answered, especially if the crossword is more than a day old. 2. If the question has not been previously posted: Please state the name, number, date and type of crossword in the title of ...15:30 Tue 06th Dec 2011

It's been a long time

Q. How has Cliff Richard remained a major star for so long A. It's a question of knowing the market, picking the right material, staying out of trouble, and staying alive - all items Cliff01:00 Tue 19th Feb 2002

Paintings in Hospitals

Q. What is it A. A charity organisation which lends art to NHS hospitals to try to soften the institutional blow of the environment. Q. Do they charge for the service A. Pictures are issued on01:00 Sun 20th Jan 2002

What are the Spitting Image people up to

A. The satirical television series came to an end in 1988. Spitting Image - lampooning current events using latex puppets - was created in 1984 by Roger Law and Peter Fluck, and ran for 18 series01:00 Mon 03rd Dec 2001

The price is right: Buying a bestseller

There's been much noise made in the media over the last couple of weeks about the 'revelation' that the bookshop chains have been taking money from publishers in order to promote their books more01:00 Thu 08th Nov 2001

When was the first commercial on British TV

Q. When was the first commercial shown on British TV A. The first British commercial was shown in 1955 and advertised Gibbs SR toothpaste. It began... it's tingling fresh, it's as fresh as ice...The01:00 Mon 14th May 2001

Whatever happened to Russell Harty

A. He died on 8 June, 1988, from liver failure. He was 53. Harty was one of the great TV chat show hosts - yet will probably be remembered best for being attacked by an ill-mannered singer. Q. 01:00 Wed 18th Apr 2001

What should I see in Madrid

Asks B. Camfield A. Madrid is a cosmopolitan city that is best seen at night when the streets are teeming with people in its many bars and restaurants. Information on what is going on in Madrid01:00 Mon 15th Apr 2002

Kew Bridge Steam Museum

Kew Bridge Steam Museum houses a museum of water supply and a collection of water pumping steam engines. The site remains an internationally-recognised museum of steam pumping engines as a reminder of the many pumping stations spread throughout London and the UK. The museum houses the world's largest working beam engin...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

The origins of Mothers Day

The 18th March 2007 is Mothering Sunday and as it does every year in the UK falls on the 4th Sunday of Lent. The tradition of presenting Mothers up and down the country with gifts, flowers and12:10 Fri 09th Mar 2007

Tech FAQ

The box I use to ask questions has disappeared, where did it go The question and answer entry boxes are still there, but they are now integrated into The AnswerBank's layout.In any category on the website the enter question box can be found below the search bar at the top of the page. Clicking on the box will make it o...15:53 Mon 10th Jan 2011

Q Why do radio stations ban certain records

A. There are a number of sensible, and sometimes not so sensible, reasons for not playing records on the radio. These are usually governed by the blanket criteria of what is referred to as 'good01:00 Mon 16th Apr 2001

The AnswerBank Crossword Guide - National Daily Papers

The AnswerBank Crossword Guide – National Daily Papers The Daily Mirror – Daily crosswords can be accessed online, complete with solution phone lines, so that you’ll never miss a puzzle again. http://www.mirror.co.uk/fun-games/crosswords/ The Times – The Times weekday supplements cost 9...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

A quitter's tale

The last cigarette was stubbed out at around midnight on Sunday; the moment was filled with mixed emotions. Cigarettes and I have been through the good times and the bad times. I am sure we could have15:14 Fri 06th Jul 2007

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