February 9th 2018, Evening Standard - Cryptic

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“A bit soft,” object to
A lot of people got shot in it
Are in charge and get silver hair all round!
Are out to get the point they deserve
Artist who was a convert?
As a hen would do when its henhouse had been demolished?
Considered taking action - myself included
Desert sand
Did it contribute to the snarling of the old-time traffic?
Either fire or unload it
Entertainment with refreshments? And how!
From where the flowers are, getting one a flower
Gave heart, in the end, to the performers who felt unappreciated?
Gave the impression, as one left on the trip
Get a different route and means of access
Given a power one felt affronted by
Grasp the branch
How obvious it is the fortune-teller’s a fake?
Hurried after, cold and humbled
It’s safe to tie up
Kind person who’s something of an oddity
Laugh when he goes into the stand
Legal proof that you’re the champion?
No longer caring, decided not to keep the appointment
No shortage of work for the con-man?
Nonsense! A hard drinker knocks it back
Not even rum!
Once it’s planted, does it shoot up?
Put a curb on the police, perhaps, or give them more power
Reduce speed, after a fashion
Rule that it’s gold and I prove to be wrong
Seems irritated when one withdraws from the match
Served up, too
Spring water
Stash away - with the exception of
Stayed to meander about. I went inside
Stop a man with a packet coming from the supermarket
The far tree, felled subsequently
The fish will be rising right away
The route to the interior
Took to be the done thing
Understanding what the nod of the head means
With figures about heart trouble tries to frighten
Writing about Rome, I digress in the autobiography