April 16th 2018, Evening Standard - Cryptic

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A lost garment?
A writer's point
All the runners in the meadow
An ear for music?
An excellent hardback is always a help
Beaten by a masterly fellow
Beg, coming to a bad end in prison!
Being injured, dad's out of the rough game
Bit of excitement in prison
Children's character out of place in New York?
City eyed as a tourist attraction
Divorce would be too much for him
Does it make industrious six-footers grow?
Hardly light reading
Hell of a deep pit
In Scotland at present
Irish cross-country runner
Leave central Spain for somewhere in India
Many sheets of paper, we imagine!
Means of communicating with some immediacy
Nominally half a mile on a road
Not a levy on vice, but a grammatical consideration
Occupation of the chap who pays the rent
Old people seem upset about the sad ending
One dwarf in seven is a little professional
Otto's upset about mum being in the soup
Passes over wild regions
Perused the letter preserved
Provide money for an object
Race or sprint around Northern Ireland!
Reveal how a bloke can get run out
Rice for which the inner man has to pant desperately?
Secretly observe a pony's performance?
She doesn't agree with Billy
Some heroes are a bit fishy!
Something afoot to boast about?
Speed to the North
Swear to take Victor to the town centre
They have four ways to get me a finished bulletin
To get around, you need a curved path
Unfairness at bowls?
Walter has something on hand to the very end
Wandering nomad, a classic friend
Wipers, as Tommy once whimsically said