Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (November 23rd 2017) 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.

Device used by police ending in convictions — not entirely shallow then, on reflection? (5,4)
Punch a delicate thing (5)
Wild flower containing nectar, primarily (7)
Building — criminals removing roof (5)
As do commissioner, Senegalese and classic beauty? (5,4)
Second wind isn't always necessary then, initially (7)
Resist male (4)
Cowardly old Italian PM wearing outfit the wrong way round (8)
Recognisable features, with a thousand in exaltation (9)
Worthless slime's parting bow (2-4)
Plant, a big one that's monstrous (7)
Unkindness in party needing sympathetic leaders (6)
Spooner's chief murder weapons (9)
Scold male, splitting up hunk and husband (8)
Abhorrent jerks created like humans, say? (9)
Bad quotes recalled, including one from Plato (6)
Emotional relief, as Tom is obliged to admit stress-related injury (9)
Egypt's last king inspired by old queen's home cooking ingredient (8)
Part water, perhaps? (7)
No regret for Piaf in smearing of alto from 1 down, say? (8)
Food on Italian table, dip in way (7)
Cut around page, newspaper's lead story (6)
One starting to miss a diner (7)
Coalition charlatans, by the sound of it? (8)
Union member translated duck's opening quack (5)
Close school during breaks (6)
Lifting positions inspiring one exercise (3-2)
Interior alone ultimately in British parliament (6)
Lead in pencil I gather erroneous — this the stuff? (8)
Combine equipment, including pole (4)