January 4th 2018, Evening Standard - Cryptic

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A diversion causing Tony to lose his way
A duty list or back rest, possibly
A German river?
A step-up for a poet
Being one point ahead, was the victor
Carry forward, let's assume
Charlie's got the hump - the fathead!
Court an NCO with love
Figure a girl associate with singing boatmen
For cover, you need the right money
Formality of a celebrity going to church
Gubernational measure?
Gus seems to have left Pegasus something to eat!
He cooks with some panache, frequently
Informal drink in many picnic baskets
Is it too much, one half of a couple being named Thora?
Measure taken by police and engineers
On which to make a start in motor sport
Pa returns with a companion or fellow
Palace drink?
People referred to on the 4th of July?
Plenty of room for a 'Trek'
Possessed by a slavish admirer
Price of a ring?
Romany word for a computer device
Rush out to the park for three-quarters of an hour
Salesman travelling to Eire, say?
Sell a litre wrongly
Send away to the ultimate seaside haven?
She doesn't need to get fresh!
She makes love heavenly
Simplicity in sea service
Something to batten down?
Special bath for a girl with sex appeal
Square part of a plant?
The beasts are backward, having broken toes
They're bent on being bad
They're paid directly to the South
Thus, at half time, there's still a part to come
Timers used fairly as basis for judgement
To be sufficiently dressed is only reasonable
Tough Scot with a little house
Was it besieged by some troops with a Yorkist leader?
Youngster turning up at central Stepney