December 4th 2017, Evening Standard - Cryptic

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A comic 'take-off' act?
A loving union, but we may get cold by weekend
A perpetually discouraging thing to say
A puce jumper
A touching emotion
Albert, a blooming amateur in detective fiction
American car somewhere in France
Angry and a bit bewildered
Are they entitled to fix prices around the financial centre?
Attention paid in learning lessons
Could he confuse Arnold with Roland?
Different line for a fatheaded marine, possibly?
Drawing made by a master, on the quiet
Erotic drink I had
Fur in bales?
Hardly a faultless game
He can make the grade
Indian canoe, possibly?
Insipid diva staggering round the piano
It may go to a soldier's head
It's mined in foreign parts
Lies in the forest, somewhere
Like a handy reckoner
Maybe it's over £50 even today
One taking credit for being a witch?
Passion in the boudoir, especially?
Penalty of being in a scrape?
Pieces of wood carving by Basil?
Police pay?
Praise a chap out of turn
Quietly take tea in outer Southall
Reversible machine part?
The detectives decided, indeed!
The German police inspector, note
The nick of time
The old governor put one in a dish
There's plenty of iron in it
They're silly but not witless
Those fielding errors
Three may put you to sleep
Turned on a chubby little chap
Used by a non-commissioned officer (naval)
What to do if you need the dough?
Where to find South African fish?