It was an easy one this week, just under 30 minutes and no cheating. Ah yes, 11A uisge beatha
, especially one of http://www.arranwhisky.com/ArranNews.aspx?NewsId=65
, makes the evenings go well.
12A is an anagram and the fourth letter is 'D'.
21A is a Shakesperian villain.
It's hard to choose a favourite clue but probably the best one is:
24A Great order to move backward (10)
Whilst we're on the subject of electronic crossword solving gizmos, I was given a Bradfords Collins one for Christmas last year and just recently discovered that it limits anagrams to 14 letters. Fat lot of use that is.
Oh and you might like to know that the Tory party candidate for our constituency has just been ejected from the party for comments he made in his blog!
Note to self; Say no more!