February 11th 2019, Evening Standard - Cryptic

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A growing boy with taste
Also known as a palindrome
As a serf, he had a fortune
Being French, I embrace one girl at a time
Car crossing the track?
Crash into the school head on a tricycle
Daniel scattered feed around for the duck
Due to get a figurehead in wrought iron
Grounds, for instance, accepted by doctors
Hangs out around the space centre getting stories
He gave ear to military history
If you want a Strad, the game's up
In favour of returning at mid-April
Incomplete moniker
Is generous with breaks
It only looks like clear water
It's a fine point on a drawing, perhaps
Its horn is crumpled, out of line
It's inserted jointly
It's needed in a mobile career
Kind of pipe from the centre of the ear
Lay low and fool around with a redhead!
Like a formal photo of a policeman?
Live somewhere in Herts, but with caution
Man turning up at an ancient city in Belgium
Measures for the control of pests
Mousy woman?
Nominally getting louder on turning red
Not even possibly right
Notified when the bell rang, we hear
One holding up a chopper?
Part extemporised, cleverly, just for now
Parts with some horses for about £50
Rod's joint, perhaps?
Sad in an old-fashioned way
Spill the beans
Storeplace where the sweeper-out gets love and a kiss
Sunny little chap with a warm heart
Telly character, you may remember
The fictional captain takes it to be a habit
The head of staff talks too much of difficulties
Vessel or military vehicle on a road
What the Inland Revenue volunteers to figure for you
Where to buy a bit of booze for an artist