Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (February 14th 2008) clues of The Guardian Cryptic crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 30 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Friend for tea (4)
See 5
Casually go in; it's an easy thing to do (6)
Breather in the exercises required for a dive (6)
Provided nourishment round trees, decayed and rotted (8)
One with a place to rest - a little one, not exactly great (8)
See 4
He could be interested in the bar and a glass (10)
A little bit thrown out by the heat (8)
Wallop - and then gin? Nonsense! (8)
Stiffly formal, but with a soft edge (4)
Lamentations? Not 28! (9,5)
Acknowledge mistake while on one's feet (5,9)
Grant horse is running, but over a limited distance (5-5)
Spring seen in spring? (6)
Party lifted for time in party skit (6)
Church in error about what's true (7)
Had reed camouflaged this duck? (7)
Part of the churchman's emolument? (5)
Character featuring largely in book by Rabelais (9)
Superior selection of wines, we hear, which has sold a lot (10)
Flap when head overlooked the art centre (4)
It's regularly worn outside (11)
Group of islands with a pair, eg having loch incorporated (11)
Check stock (4)
Don't be entranced by such a salesman! (4-2-4)
Detest a crowd being about in tea breaks (9)
Aggressive man from crowd at the box office (5)
PC has yen to act out a kind of murder (7)
Horse from European Union gasps, having had treatment (7)