Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (November 4th 2006) 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.

Slid on heel, can't repair the weak spot (8,6)
See 1 across
Ireland is cleaving Bremner for mocking (8)
Theologian has turned to embrace holy man, refined (6)
Cracked basin the Degas drinkers put down (8)
Councillor to augment outdated nursery provision (6)
Well done, the solver! That was Erin's stout assertion! (4,3,3)
Odd! The Guardian's economist here with unconfirmed reports (6,4)
As insincere as a smile from Cheshire? (6)
A tricky problem: with ie not one calorie in Madame Butterfly's cuisine (8)
Lamb devotees beginning to eat escargot over here! (6)
Had I had trouble with Liberal revolutionary, would be affected (3-2-3)
Ascetic wobbling 'til on 'is stem? Yes! (6,8)
See 26
Mad dog for one transferred from the Marx oeuvre (6,8)
Elsewhere synods embracing auto-da-fé for this (6)
Not netting around big fish (6)
Mother's raw material for chicken feed (10)
Fruit with an evening in Paris: eat English and throw up! (8)
Did Bunthorne shy stone at first travelling folk? (8)
Upstarts? Excuse our havin' blundered (8,6)
Mature tirade about oriental contaminant (10) (10)
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By what authority? I'm umpire! Out! (8)
How a marathon competitor comes across and collides? (4,4)
Petty officer can raise a child (6)
Marianne personified as fantastic broad: a model! (6)
See 8