American actress Savannah Meyer, 28, transforms grouting from grimy to gleaming with toilet cleaner

In a video posted on TikTok, American actress Savannah Meyer scrubs a drop of Clorox toilet bowl cleaner over grubby grouting - with impressive results.
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California earthquake: 4.5-magnitude tremor hits West Coast
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Police called to wake after mourners pictured ‘not socially distancing’
‘I felt I had to alert the police in case rules were being broken. I felt it was my public duty to report this and I would do the same again.’
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Ashley Banjo shares defiant message after ITV backs Diversity performance
ITV earlier this week praised the dance troupe’s 'authentic, heartfelt' routine inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement
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Devastated pals pay tribute to British tourist who fell from balcony in Istanbul
Anthony McDowall, from the Isle of Arran,, was seen dangling from a hotel in the Beyoglu district of Istanbul before tragically plunging to his death
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Stop taking selfies with seals, Yorkshire charity warns visitors
<p>Tourists in search of Insta-friendly snaps are disturbing and frightening sea animals</p>
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Arsenal reluctant to meet Houssem Aouar asking price placing transfer in doubt
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has long targeted the Lille midfielder but is struggling to put a deal in place
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Crowds enjoy night out in lockdown threatened Leeds as Newcastle pubs shut early
Leeds is tipped to be among the next places in England to have lockdown restrictions brought in after the number of cases soared, while people out in Newcastle had to call it a night at 10pm because of new rules
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BTS share empowering message about lifting each other through hard times at Youth Day ceremony
'We appreciate our fans who have strongly united together during the moments we wanted to give up.'
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Tour de France 2020: decisive time trial on stage 20 – live!
Updates from the time trial to La Planche des Belles Filles Roglic closes on glory but bike inspection row continuesYou can get in touch with Barry by email or on Twitter 11.57am BST Denmark’s Søren Kragh Andersen won the stage, while Primoz Roglic ticked off another stage amid ongoing controversy surrounding his team boss Merijn Zeeman’s expulsion from the Tour. Related: Primoz Roglic closes on Tour de France glory but bike inspection row continues 11.57am BST Continue reading...
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Senior SAGE advisor hits back at Dido Harding after she blamed group for not predicting second wave
Sir Jeremy Farrar has hit back at Dido Harding's claims that SAGE is to blame for testing chaos that gripped Britain in recent weeks. Mr Farrar said the board 'clear' in its advice to Government.
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Alex Telles transfer could give Man United player a new role
Man Utd could look to sign Alex Telles this summer and his arrival could spark fresh life into another defender at the club.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer addresses Man Utd no.1 spot as Henderson battles de Gea
Solskjaer is under pressure to give Henderson a chance between the sticks after handing him a new big-money contract amid de Gea's questionable form last season
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BGT’s Sign With Us star Christian, 5, target of online abuse as sister Jade aims to spread positive message in semi-final
Jade hopes their semi-final audition will spread a message of 'inclusion' for anyone who has ever felt they are different or that they don't fit in.
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What are the lockdown restrictions where you live - from rule of six to curfews
Regional restrictions have come into force around England - use our tool to see what the current rules are in your area
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‘Covid is an opportunity’: Pret a Manger’s CEO on its fight for survival
The sandwich chain has become a symbol of the way we used to live, pre-pandemic. Can boss Pano Christou turn things around?The Pret a Manger head office in Victoria, London, has all the trappings of an internet startup: the open-plan kitchen offering free coffee, fruit and snacks; a red telephone box next to a meeting room where you can take a private call (Google’s office in London has those, too); a fibreglass cow grazing on fake grass in the atrium; and an area to host “town hall meetings” with a scattering of quirky cushions on a series of raised steps. On the steps is written: “Millions of healthy customers, thousands of opportunities, hundreds of shops, one vision, two founders.”Of course, there are no longer thousands of opportunities for some of its employees. At the end of last month, the sandwich chain announced that nearly 2,900 of its 8,800 staff were being axed; 30 shops have closed; many of the ones that remain open are now shutting as early as 3pm; and the menu has been slimmed down. Continue reading...
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'Writing was just for fun then': Simon Armitage on writing Zoom!
The poet laureate reflects on capturing life as it appeared to a West Yorkshire twentysomething in the collection that launched his careerIn some versions of my teenage years I had no poetic ambitions whatsoever. In other versions I have a memory of walking around the village fantasising about being interviewed by Melvyn Bragg for The South Bank Show. He is asking me questions about my groundbreaking yet approachable work and I’m giving him thoughtful and enigmatic answers. The truth probably lies somewhere between the two: I did have hopes of becoming a poet, but they were closer to delusions, along with daydreams about being a professional footballer or an astronaut or David Bowie. I took a geography degree then qualified as a probation officer in Manchester; all that time I was reading poetry and writing a little bit here and there.The big change came when I started attending a poetry workshop at Huddersfield Polytechnic, a kind of informal night class in the staff bar, to the accompaniment of humming lager coolers and the clack of snooker balls. The poems that came out of those weekly meetings formed the basis of Zoom!, and without Peter Sansom, the poet who ran the sessions, I don’t think I would have progressed as a writer or had enough confidence to submit work to magazines. A guru figure for me, he shaped the development of my “voice” and offered me an image of the kind of poet I could become. Continue reading...
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Toronto film festival 2020 roundup – virtual yet vibrant
A gorgeous animated Celtic fantasy and Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan in a smouldering Victorian romance are among the top attractions in a radically pared-down 45th Tiff I must confess I’ve previously been a little cynical about Toronto international film festival (Tiff) audiences, with their boundless enthusiasm, their jack-in-the-box standing ovations, their need to haul bucket-sized cups of coffee with them everywhere. But gosh, how I miss them this year.The festival in its much reduced Covid-compliant form is a very different beast. The programme is considerably smaller (50 feature films compared with 333 last year) and less starry: the Hollywood studios, which habitually swoop in to test the mettle of their potential awards-contenders, are largely absent. There are no visitors from overseas and just a few physical screenings – in drive-ins, at outdoor screens and socially distanced cinemas in the festival hub. Most of the festival, for most delegates, myself included, has been an entirely digital experience. But while necessary, this mixing up of the formula has served to highlight just what makes Toronto such a vibrant, vital event in more normal times. Continue reading...
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Heather Knight wants England Women to recapture spotlight for T20 series
Five matches at Derby a chance to recover from World Cup blow‘Everyone is desperate to get out there playing’Heather Knight says England Women’s return to international cricket has been “a long time coming” as they finally take to the field against West Indies in the first of five T20s at Derby on Monday.With first India and then South Africa dropping out of a planned September tri-series because of the Covid pandemic, there were concerns that the England and Wales Cricket Board’s efforts to create a biosecure bubble for a women’s series might go to waste. Happily for Knight and her teammates, West Indies were quick to step into the breach. Continue reading...
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The week in classical: A Feast in the Time of Plague; Fidelio; Alban Gerhardt and Markus Becker – review
Grange Park Opera, Surrey; Garsington Opera, Oxfordshire; Wigmore Hall, LondonGrange Park Opera serves up a delicious cast for the world premiere of Alex Woolf and David Pountney’s timely new opera, commissioned and written in lockdown“One thing you can say about the arts,” begins a truism uttered on an almost daily basis during this pandemic, mostly by those not trying to do “arts” themselves, is that they flourish in the face of adversity. This kind of tired thinking is dangerous. It’s an excuse to ignore the growing crisis for those artists, especially musicians, who cannot work in isolation, who need an audience, a place to perform. If there is work, most have to cover their own living and travel expenses. Ingenuity wears thin when your savings are spent and the outlook is bleak. The government has fallen silent. Creativity certainly hasn’t been the byword at our biggest performing venues. Whatever their promises for later in the season, they remain all but inactive, some under threat of permanent closure – even the Royal Albert Hall.For this reason, the events under review here, presented by smaller, more flexible organisations, are vital and should never be taken for granted. Last weekend, Grange Park Opera staged the world premiere of an opera commissioned and written in lockdown: a feat that will enter the annals of this pandemic. The enterprise gave paid work to 20 people: a dozen singers, a conductor (Toby Purser) and a small stage crew. With music by Alex Woolf to a libretto by David Pountney, A Feast in the Time of Plague is based on one of Pushkin’s “little tragedies”. Twelve archetypes – from cook to policeman to dewy newlyweds – gather for a last supper, each offering their own thoughts on risk, life and death. “I went where it was forbidden and lay down with the damned and drank with the gasping and smoked with the terminal and survived,” sings Antoine, the biker playboy, biked (on his own vehicle) and played by Simon Keenlyside, in magnificent voice and done away with far too soon. Continue reading...
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Chris Boyd sees signs in Saints that promise a new song for Europe
Northampton, like Leicester, swap domestic travails for European competition on Sunday, though Exeter will be dauntingly familiar opponents Chris Boyd described last weekend’s east Midlands derby at Welford Road as the dance of the desperate, one of the English game’s traditional big fixtures, featuring two clubs more used to challenging for the title than lurking in the Premiership’s basement reduced to little relevance beyond local bragging rights.Northampton and Leicester on Sunday swap their league labours for Europe. The Saints face the last waltz at Exeter in the Champions Cup quarter-final while the Tigers will be looking to emulate their Premier League neighbours on the other side of Aylestone Road and foxtrot their way to victory over Castres in the last eight of the Challenge Cup at Welford Road. Continue reading...
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Woman says she was told to leave the gym for top showing 'three inches of waist'
Julia Maren posted a powerful message on Instagram after she says she was interrupted during a workout at the gym to be told she would either have to put on a t-shirt or leave
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First Native American racer blazes trail at Tour de France
Tour de France rookie Neilson Powless has blazed a trail as the first tribally recognized Native North American in the 117-year history of cycling's greatest race
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Love Island star Shaughna Phillips looks different after mystery surgery
The glamorous reality star, 25, shared a selfie of her bandaged up body from her hospital bed
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Winged Foot looks a painful end of the US Open road for Phil Mickelson | Ewan Murray
The one major that has eluded Phil Mickelson has beaten him for what looks a final time, but he deserves his status as one of the greatestPhil Mickelson may have come to terms with the fact he will never win a US Open long ago. The final confirmation delivered to the rest of us was just more striking than we were entitled to expect.Mickelson cut a shell-shocked figure when heading towards the Winged Foot scoring tent on Thursday, where the 79 at the foot of the card marked the left-hander’s highest 18-hole tally in his national open. Continue reading...
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Danny Masterson makes his first court appearance after being accused of rape by three women
He's been accused of raping the women between 2001 and 2003.
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First ministers call on UK government to help Covid-hit aerospace industry
Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish leaders urge Boris Johnson to set up aerospace taskforceCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageNicola Sturgeon has joined forces with the first ministers of Wales and Northern Ireland to demand “urgent intervention” from the the UK government to help the struggling aerospace sector.The Scottish first minister, her Welsh counterpart Mark Drakeford and both Arlene Foster and Michelle O’Neill, the first minister and deputy first minister of Northern Ireland, have written to Boris Johnson. Continue reading...
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Kim Kardashian reunites with old boss and ‘twin’ Paris Hilton as pair enjoy glam girls night
Kim has credited Paris with 'giving her a career'.
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Two men arrested after 'fully loaded sawn-off shotgun' found in house
Two men have been arrested
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Why Man City are sending defender Yan Couto on loan to Girona
Manchester City defender Yan Couto will join Aro Muric and Pablo Moreno at Spanish side Girona for the season
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Pensioner brought to tears by overwhelming response to his plea for friends
'It's just been gorgeous.'
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Hugh Grant says he is ‘more comfortable in revolting roles’
<p>Actor known for playing ‘Mr Nice Guy’ has taken on more villain roles in recent years</p>
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America is at war with wildfires. Yet Trump is on the side of the inferno | David Sirota
Trump long ago made clear that in the with-us-or-against-us climate war, he is against us and has enthusiastically joined the side of the infernoThe fires that continue to incinerate the west coast, pump carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and blanket the country in smoke are the latest sign that the climate crisis has made landfall in America and is torching its way inward like an occupying army overwhelming battle-weary fortifications. Only, that military metaphor seems a bit off, because if you look carefully, you can see that we are not valiantly losing a battle – our government has made it impossible for us to even fight, and has arguably taken the side of the invasion. Related: Trump 'associates' offered Assange pardon in return for emails source, court hears Continue reading...
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Two week ‘circuit breaker’ lockdown could be announced ‘as early as Tuesday’
Scientists have warned the Government needs to act 'sooner rather than later' or deaths will rise.
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Attempted murder after man 'seriously injured' in petrol station attack
The victim, a man in his 20s, was found on The Grove in Flixton
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Baby died in parents' arms after mum in labour told to 'walk to Tesco'
WARNING: DISTRESSING DETAILS - Midwives told Adele Thomas, 25, that she wasn't in sufficient pain or dilated enough to give birth. She was turned away from Ysbyty Ystrad Fawr Birth Centre in Ystrad Mynach three times before being admitted.
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First picture of murder victim, 23, whose body was found on fire on south London street 
Loeike Guei (pictured), 23, lived on Thornton Heath but was found on fire at 6.12am on Thursday, September 17 at Commonside East in Mitcham.
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This Thai national park will post garbage back to litterbugs
'You forgot these things at Khao Yai National Park.'
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Boris and Starmer are tied in opinion polls - as 38% think Starmer looks like a PM-in-waiting
Labour and Conservatives level in YouGov poll as both gain 40%. Many asked feel that the Labour leader is also a future Prime Minister. Almost half of those polled fear Labour handling Brexit
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Ex-MI6 agent, 73, probed over claims he gave information to Beijing
Fraser Cameron, 73, said the allegations towards him were 'ridiculous' because he has 'zero access to any secret or confidential information'.
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Farmer devastated after animals killed in 'mistaken identity arson attack'
Retired milkman Frederick Rylance, 75, was woken by a knock on his door by a neighbour who told him his farm was on fire in East Boldon, South Tyneside
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Trump seeks to shore up military support in North Carolina campaign swing
<p>President is hoping to boost political support amongst troops at rally in swing state on Saturday</p>
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Mitch McConnell doesn’t care what replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a conservative provokes – remaking America in his image is too enticing
<p>McConnell’s words in 2016 were crystal clear. The American people should have a say in who becomes the next Supreme Court Justice</p>
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Everton vs West Brom LIVE: Team news, line-ups and more ahead of Premier League fixture today
Everton are hosting West Bromwich Albion today as Carlo Ancelotti’s new-look Toffees play at Goodison Park for the first time this season.
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Labour urges Boris Johnson to make good on his promise to ‘fix’ adult social care
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Tourist who broke quarantine rules 'partly responsible for Bolton surge'
David Greenhalgh said the individual had been on a pub crawl before testing positive for coronavirus
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A new vegan grocery store has opened in London – and it’s targeting meat-lovers
The Good Kind is set to help people transition to a plant-based diet.
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Sacked chief-executive, 60, posts a video of himself doing press-ups to show
Paul Marks from Poulton-le-Fylde in Lancashire, believes he had missed out on more than fifty jobs before the video of him doing six press-ups in his suit made him a viral success.
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Scientists claim third of UK covid-19 victims in July and August died from other causes
Scientists at Oxford University claim that one third of UK's Covid-19 deaths in July and August may have being due to other factors such as cancer or being hit by a car.
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