February 8th 2018, Evening Standard - Cryptic

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A hiding for being a friend to the old Chinese
A pup, as you may see, is not yet perfect
A sticky situation that's somehow sweet
A tram crashed into the river
An ice cream one is a cold one
Attack with a broken stone?
Be devout, please
Being stony means nothing, mate
Chief person holding the line
Classic race loser who got the gold
Heavenly character of a dog
In food production, does it compete with the chicken?
In New Zealand, they form only parts of the majority
Is able to name a country
Job exchange
Land of stormy rain
Like mum, he always comes back
Madeline's little boy
Mr Domingo lacks nothing, and is calm
Navigational aid for getting back again
Neither fellow made a conquest
On the road, perhaps, change gear
One with colourful political ideas?
Ours includes a cricket club, as it happens
Polly can only tell you what she's heard
Possibly remain a serviceman
Right way to express enthusiasm
Secondary highways in Norfolk
Seem sad that the doctor has nothing but work
She always gives credit
She robs a male of money!
She's presumably come out of her shell
Sound as a bell
Source of the metal for a gold key
Sporty enough to cause a car crash, some day
The perfect person to act like?
There's a degree of decadence in port
Thick part of a garden seat
Timely signals
To be used in a fatheaded piece of work
Turning taken by an American car
What Hitler was entitled to be called
What to do when you see red?
With spirit, raced after '11'