The Sunday Crossword No. 3061

Across

1 Around Tyneside, suits will get perks (8)

5 In France, who gets behind cook (not French) offering French dish? (6)

10 Go-getter policeman given basic spelling test (4,3)

11 ‘Dancing On Ice: ‘Australia’ vacuously presenting ‘Polynesia, etc’ (7)

12 Dishonesty concerning time spent with crossword, perhaps (3-2)

13 Slightly inclined to be a little dear (1,3,5)

14 A German in each hotel — being prepared is hidden strength (3,2,3,4)

16 Give up TV? It’s child’s play (4-2-3-3)

21 ’Spare mo’ with Cameron? It’s lasted centuries (6,3)

23 Wedding guide more sumptuous with outlay of pounds (5)

24 Primarily, it’s where old Japanese infantry met Americans? (3,4)

25 What might be plucked, when it’s dipped in refined sugar (7)

26 English seen in Riviera city society with family (6)

27 Victorian novel Conrad frequently reinvented (8)

Down

1 Beelzebub, bleeding, hiding blister (6)

2 Not a single store had food (6)

3 Maths whiz, wonderfully fab, iconic (9)

4 It might be presented as cheetah in that titfer, for starters! (3,3,2,3,3)

6 Employers in trouser suits (5)

7 Swindle very cunningly, snatching old type of belt (8)

8 Illustrative warnings make Max sleep fitfully (8)

9 In this arrangement, we might see dingo anger them! (3,2,3,6)

15 Sturgeon’s aim: Scotland finally off, a natural process (9)

16 Ousting when Liberal drops back two places in poll (8)

17 Half of mush to percolate and circulate (8)

19 Mickey Mouse’s company with a lot invested (6)

20 Incompetently seared, destroyed the lot (6)

22 No livery includes a yellowish green (5)

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