Daily Telegraph Cryptic No 26144
Hints and tips by Gazza
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BD Rating – Difficulty *** – Enjoyment ****
We have another entertaining challenge from Giovanni – what more can I say? Fridays and Sundays are definitely my favourite days for the Telegraph Cryptic puzzles. Let us know what you thought, and by all means criticise it if you don’t like it, but please don’t just say something like “it’s dreadful” – give your reasons and examples, so that we can get a debate going.
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