Here they are, if you wondered:
- Refurbished laptops are vastly different (5,5) Poles Apart
- Associates of violent armed cops (9) Compadres
- Where you may see a North African in a suit, perhaps (7) Tunisia
- Smart panel working to create big business strategy (6,4) Master Plan
- Shakespeare's amazing breadth (3,4) The Bard
- Old means of communication is great help, surprisingly (9) Telegraph
- Or whisper Reformed prayer (9) Worshipper
- Listening, notice raspy upright swimmer (3,5) Sea Horse
- Like some editors' notes about prize for far-out subject? (12) Astrophysics
- Have children arrange procedure (9) Reproduce
- Farmworker eats hot poultry (8) Pheasant
- African nation angered by a Tesla alternative (10) Madagascar
- Technophobe diluted fluid (7) Luddite
And, just to keep you entertained, here are 5 more I solved this week:
- Outside of shops, one of Santa's reindeer lands (5,2,4)
- Blurriness spoiled mini-copiers (11)
- Infestation ruined Italian concert piece (11)
- Stated price, if only in good times (4-7)
- Caterer's hot new dessert (6,5)
- Acute sensitivity damaged retinal cone (11) (For some reason this took me a while!)
Some of these drove me crazy! Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon have done it to me again.
And sometimes, when I get them, I don't really understand why.
For example, I worked out that "Accept a mid-October full of hail (5,2)" must be "Agree to" because of cross-letters, but I don't really understand why that is the right answer.