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Two robbers who punched a man unconscious and stole £9,500 in cash from him have been sent to prison.
The 47-year-old was in a coma for four weeks after the attack, which was carried out by Kennedy Klass (pictured), 34, from Spey Street in Poplar, and Charlie MacDonald, 22, of Malton Street in Plumstead.
Campaigners on both sides of the Thames Tideway Tunnel debate have vowed to stand their ground as the plans are put under the spotlight.
Last week saw the start of an examination of a planning application, submitted by Thames Water, to create a super sewer to tackle the millions of tonnes of untreated sewage that seeps into the river each year.
TV viewers in east and south-east London have been warned that their Freeview signal could get scrambled from Monday.
Tests to gauge the impact of the new 4G mobile phone networks could affect thousands of people across Greenwich, Lewisham and Tower Hamlets, according to the company running the trials.
The hotly-debated proposal for a Thames super-sewer will edge closer to planning consent when an application is submitted today.
Thames Water, the company behind the development, will present its 50,000 page Thames Tideway Tunnel document to the Planning Inspectorate, saying the scheme is "urgently required" to tackle untreated sewage that seeps into the tidal stretches of the river.
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