March 9th 2018, Evening Standard - Cryptic

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A pink liquid bought at the pharmacy?
A time back, too
After a day and a quarter, some leave
After shuts, have a frightening experience
Allows one is pained by
Ascertains, when one removes the wrapper?
Be better than, at schoolwork?
Break in the game
By which the fortunate swimmer won the competition?
Delivering a rebuke, but going no further
Eggs, perhaps, that don't stay intact long
Excellent at deciphering codes
Freed again, went off and had a meal
From the waves in the front of the ship, getting sick
Get to embrace again when you receive and welcome
Giving nothing away about the failure to lock up?
"Good gracious, dad," I broke in. "It's nearly lunchtime"
Having gone without one to open up and take a look
Having the right to open up, as a self-employed person
He maintains he's used to handling animals
Hello! This is a fine state of affairs!
How one looks through the cookery book to find drinks?
I had a setback at work, but they're calming
I'm grateful that Henry's on time
In trouble from scratch
It shows a lack of character, in a word
It's my belief there are people in the building
Manage now to tend to
Mix with people of the criminal kind
Mother brought back crackers
Paid one back for the article
Pose as a sportsman
Put it down to some characteristic you possess
Says the fellow is a politician
Seemed to have been published
Study and try hard when they force one to
The boat train!
The girl from downstairs with the bad knee?
The illegal substance, catch one putting into tins
The ship previously built is coming in for repairs
The unlikely event of its being sour?
There's inflammation and it's a bit blue
Think the notice about it seemed funny
We set out at the outset to be most charming