Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (December 14th 2015) clues of The Guardian Cryptic crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 33 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Dance that comes from Cuba and Burma (5)
Prokofiev's first name might suit you (5)
Folds when credit becomes freer (7)
Push money over bar (4)
Doctor poor essay about a mission abroad (7)
They're worn with one's arms inside (8)
The offence of one coming to light (5)
[Match's quiet atmosphere] (4)
No alternative (3)
One's not afraid to speak, probably (1,4,3)
Lady of rank shows hesitancy in speech following appeal (5)
She takes in pet that's hurt (6)
Paper obtained for one pound in Asian capital (7)
One problem resolved about sailor? Unlikely (10)
Soldier serving in North Africa made to turn traitor twice (6,3)
Acts that violate acts (6)
One who'd organised a dance party? (7)
We're clean out of them (5)
Peruvian gets fashionable account back (4)
A letter opener? (9)
Bad spelling in Daily Mail's leader (5)
Resolutely not intestate (4,1,4)
European agreement on port wine from Spain (5)
A classic dream once shattered (9)
Cryptic clues he'd put in the agenda (8)
Boy admits disappearance of pocket dictionary (8)
Write down some music? Not a note! (6)
Commercial fee for money conversion follows slowly (6)
Shout and dance, say (4)
Point seat out (4)
First mate right, as always (4)
Middle Eastern country's potential enemy? (5)
Where doubles won't be served? (7,3)