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To enter the crossword competition, simply complete the grid online and submit the automatically generated code to

The first correct entry to be drawn out of a hat will win a £20 amazon voucher.  

Cick here to enter the latest crossword

Readers' comments (5)

  • Great! is there any way of printing it off easily, or saving it for later?
    How about a theme for some of the crosswords?

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  • There is now a downloadable (and printable pdf version). You'll still have to complete the clues online to enter the competition though.

  • We never had the answers to the last crossword of 19.03.12. Still stuck on 3 Down & 10 Down!

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  • Where is the pdf link? I've been to the Crossword page, but can't see it there (just the java plugin not active notice)

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  • The PDF version can only be downloaded as part of the Digital Edition — click the link at the top right of the homepage.

  • I have waited a whole week for the solution to last week's crossword & now I can't find it in the latest edition. Where is it to be found?

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  • This latest offering appears to be the same as last weeks! Where are the answers to be found to previous crosswords??

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