Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (December 28th 2013) clues of The Guardian Prize crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 28 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Fletcher's cellmate stole 50 German variations (8)
Poet translates Lorna Doone's first letter (6)
Drain Scotch? Feel benefit mostly (8)
Stop early during strike (4,2)
Weathermen occupy steelworks (8)
Up out of bed but not here, so I'm told (6)
Actor can these days cram in the worst parts (4,6)
Wealthy comic holds deposit back for The King's Speech feature (3,5,2)
Northwest town's clapped-out transmitter (6)
Maidenhead exports English cask to East Jerusalem, say (4,4)
Refurbish room with centre of column in gilt (6)
Motorway load diverted through former European principality (8)
Carpets Sunday school instals without warning (6)
Watch man that goes into orbit (8)
Turn left to study appearance of 24 (6)
Hug lovelorn idiot in close (6)
Picked up rock, a comparatively heavy type (6)
Both sides take ecstasy first of all, showing kinship (10)
Extensions to do with north Wales ground (8)
Harry told his granny: "I'm boring grandad" (3-5)
Stop city centre hotels blocking upland (8)
Sign for forward exclusively — Wayne "Loony", perhaps? (3,3,4)
Tinny PA's last to be scrapped in South America (8)
Actor Gary goes round without granny (3,5)
Argue about Manchester City's old rules (5,3)
Loud start, awfully loud middle, quiet close (4,2)
Philosopher accepts 5 euros for Joe's 4WD (6)
Odzooks! Look up for the last time (3,3)