October 6th 2017, Evening Standard - Cryptic

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A bauble with an inscribed name, badly torn
A lack of cordiality? The cheek!
A very short time to put you in the picture?
Accepting a totally demeaning tip?
An alternative to slacks?
Because the north is covered in snow and ice
Besides, a pound’s nothing!
Catch at the one turning - the foreigner
Decolonise and disturb the even tenor of existence
Denoted I would be by myself until then
Did start cold, then warmed up
Does it monopolise all the wares?
Drive round, first, and that’s not right
Faithless and lying
From the very beginning, are irritating
Gets muddled up when one speaks angrily to
Girl you’re buying the flowers for - or fruit
Had left after midnight - an hour after
Hard to unscrew, though well oiled
Harp on the fact that sins will be absolved in it
Having demolished the gin and It, I get on with the firing
In colour, it is colossal
Let out, in a while returned
Light up? Balderdash!
“Mum,” you say, “what makes the room so dark?”
Not so good as to have an unassailable lead?
Prevailing upon to show one’s religious belief
Producing a dessert got us into some difficulties
Scold just as you start liking the job
She went raving mad when I ran into her!
Shrink from making a commitment
Silly, though having a really good mind
Single page summaries, one supposes
Stop giving support
Take from or put into the amended text
That sounds fair for the passage
The characters whose premises you’re occupying
The risks are many she can run
The time and speed are poor
Towards the right, there’s high ground
“Tut, this isn’t the bitter I ordered”?
United came out on top, we’re told
Vaguely interested to start with, on the whole
What keeps you from having the odd tantrum?