The Telegraph – TOUGHIE CROSSWORD NO: 2,221 – May 2 2019

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Abandon computer key short cutESCHEW
Ancient Greek open rallying area initiallyAGORA
Back nag losing hard after tipENDORSE
Bishop and sweetheart with pretty exterior restBREATHER
Black suit needed for cabaretsCLUBS
Capital of South AfricaRAND
Explosive material about heads of Labour and ToriesVOLATILE
Follower supporting party’s authorityDOMINION
French miss created single in French departmentMADEMOISELLE
Girl periodically keen to get pregnantGRAVID
Grasp on, gently holding mopSPONGE
Honesty of boozer formerly imbibing case of champagneINNOCENCE
Horrible broadcast keeps tenor in keyVITAL
Leader from Africa, Emperor, elevated his follower?RASTA
Meal left a French chef half cutLUNCH
Muse about Greece heard on reflectionCLIO
Occasionally glad to engage in changes, unpredictable changesVAGARIES
Old Japanese drink, almost a Japanese portOSAKA
Part of tree bough’s first spreadBRANCH
Picture being sick with desire sharing large partILLUSTRATION
Reportedly drink dram not quite fully soberTEETOTAL
Reproduce with one partner describing sexIMITATE
Retreat while husband has hurt backASHRAM
Revolting in street, a renegade’s causeGENERATE
Rite of Spring’s opening, a piece maintaining beatSACRAMENT
Roll reptile over eating lake reptileALLIGATOR
Still rejected taking cut by American lawyerATTORNEY
Tree trunk section turning barrelCHESTNUT
Vacuous press containing copy right for tabloids, maybePAPERS
Vegetable like sweet pea reportedly raised around areaASPARAGUS