Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (July 22nd 2017) 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.

Setter describing a clanger, perhaps, as owner of large corporation (5,5)
Go with man like mad, embracing very intimate experience (4-6)
Last characters in ski lift, almost every one I see on the slope (6)
Friendly and unfriendly types confused (6-6)
Hero of the South, broadly speaking? (7,3)
Close relationship with British and Italian church (8)
Cultivate shrubs with one hollow plant (8)
Convert yearned for clerical office (7)
Europeans creasing pants (8)
Sharp instrument, point getting round to puncture you (7)
More than one grave line in some music (7)
Mother does the housework? That's attractive! (8)
Feeling around a buttock and thigh (6)
See 12
Old people won't necessarily answer (6)
Reportedly, actress Elizabeth with strapping figure producing commotion (5-5)
Face among images I deleted (4)
See 2
Entrance, one admitting first of crew on ship (6)
Democrat in flying US party (8)
Still slip to lift over top of elasticated garment that's tight (4,4)
Caged bird, perhaps, holding us up, 1940s' style (4,4)
European city left in the midst of floods (6)
Vessel in difficult situ­ation, conflict (3,3)
Potential wife, double trouble! (5-2)
Sweet, short and round (4-4)
A shade over the pond, a complete state (8)
Oddly, blonde is turning heads in story of life after death (4)