The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,296 – Feb 26 2020

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Bear witness in appointment set tactfully up ATTEST
Bishop providing topless pubs and glasses BIFOCALS
Black bits found in butcher’s mutton SMUT
Chaste line taken by church article CLEAN
Consequences of putting soldiers on the drums succeeded REPERCUSSIONS
Dependent may see trouble returning during split RELIANT
Escape, grabbing whip and torch FLASHLIGHT
Experiences of son supporting discrimination TASTES
Fairy godmother ultimately enveloped in rancour SPRITE
Group meet regularly after month OCTET
Immediately and with fatal consequences holding court DIRECTLY
Irreligious young lad with no answer needing to be reformed UNGODLY
Italian city underpinning church element CHROME
Levels pitches ROLLS
Mean to eat mainly raw fish STINGRAY
Melody dances across street without pretension MODESTLY
Muscle resistance seen in retired player RETRACTOR
Parodies efforts to pinch a waistcoat for the Americans TRAVESTIES
Rioters rioting about races for coffee RISTRETTO
Sort of nerve required, seeing credit cut after work OPTIC
Stickers of Independent politician found during checks LIMPETS
Strange rote — see enough of different parts HETEROGENEOUS
Succeed, applying universal rate to most of journey TRIUMPH
Sucker riding small brown horse MUSTANG
Tie up and hit hard TONK
Took off tired, as is confused SATIRISED
Top ticket perhaps requiring time SINGLET
Under pressure after spat about verb form PASTTENSE