The Guardian Weekend Crossword

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__ Island, prison location in New York City 0 0%
What James Thomson urged Britannia to do in 1740? 0 0%
The seventh book of the Old Testament 0 0%
The location of the UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office 0 0%
The location of the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs 0 0%
Peninsula in eastern Kent 0 0%
Madeline __, comedian known for her roles in Paper Moon and Blazing Saddles 0 0%
Legislation from 1705 that briefly made Scots in England foreign nationals 0 0%
Large African antelope known for its curving horns 0 0%
Condiment made from ground sesame 0 0%
Common name for Robert Burns’s poem published in Scots in 1786 0 0%
Chili paste native to the Maghreb 0 0%
Character in Absolutely Fabulous played by Joanna Lumley 0 0%
Cape __, the easternmost point of mainland Australia 0 0%
Building which houses the US State Department 0 0%
Boneless tenderised meat, usually served fried 0 0%
Area of New Delhi used as shorthand for the Indian government 0 0%
19th century term for water, favoured by the temperance movement 0 0%
__ Rock, novel by Graham Greene 0 0%
__ Rich, poet whose first collection was A Change of World 0 0%
__ le Pen, French far right politician 0 0%
__ Abbey, near Monk’s Bridge in Cumbria 0 0%
US civil servant at the centre of the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal 0 0%
U.S. poet who won a Pulitzer for Live or Die (1967) 0 0%
Tristram __, former MP now director of the Victoria and Albert Museum 0 0%
Thomas __, economist remembered for An Essay on the Principle of Population (1798) 0 0%
The __, novel by Michael Ondaatje 0 0%
The beanz company? 0 0%
Nicola __, actor who plays Nicola King in Emmerdale 0 0%
Margaret __, author of The Handmaid’s Tale 0 0%
Jorge Luis __, author of A Universal History of Infamy 0 0%
Jack __, founder of the eponymous Tennessee whiskey distillery 0 0%
Island in the Inner Hebrides 0 0%
French missile used by Argentinian forces during the Falklands War 0 0%
Dutch city, subject of the 1977 movie, A Bridge Too Far 0 0%
City near Los Angeles, home to several movie studios 0 0%
A city in French Guiana – or a model of Porsche 0 0%
1962 poem by Sylvia Plath 0 0%
1944 novella by Colette 0 0%
__ the Impaler, said to have inspired the character of Count Dracula 0 0%
__ Barksdale, lead drug dealer in HBO’s The Wire 0 0%
William, to the French? 0 0%
What MPs wish to do when they take the Chiltern Hundreds? 0 0%
The second book of the Old Testament 0 0%
Sean __, Irish playwright long associated with the Abbey Theatre, Dublin 0 0%
Lord chancellor 2016-2017 0 0%
Ian __, author of the Rebus detective novels 0 0%
I’m a Celebrity… loser, 2012; cabinet minister, 2021- ? 0 0%
Home secretary, 2016-2018 0 0%
Home secretary, 2010-2016 0 0%