A MOTHER whose baby died at the maternity unit of a leading London hospital claims not enough was done to save her child. Katie Hammond says overworked staff at Queen Charlottes And Chelsea Hospital failed to act quickly when her newborn girl India fell ill and stopped breathing. The unit had to turn away hundreds of women in 2004 and 2005. Ms Hammond, 38, gave birth to India in November 2005. She has an 18-month-old son, Gryff. She said: India stopped breathing and they did not notice. There were not enough staff and they were too busy. She spoke at a misconduct hearing for midwife Mukozoke Ferguson, 53, who is accused of incompetence after one baby in his care died and another had to be resuscitated. Margaret Elliott, the director of midwifery at the time, admitted the unit was extremely busy and stressful. The hearing continues. London Lite Wednesday, 29 July 2009 Subjecttotermsandconditionswhichcanbefoundonwww.gatwickairport.com gatwickairport.com pals in tears after arrest for hols insurance fraud Britlawgraduates in the dock over Brazil robbery fib Must... watch a movie with a cocktail tonight! eubank forgets his manors... FORMER world boxing champion Chris Eubank is set to lose his last title -- when he sells his Lordship of the Manor of Brighton for 35,000. The bankrupt 42-year-old paid 45,000 for the title in 1996. two held over fatal stabbing TWO men have been arrested after a third was stabbed to death in Croydon. The man, in his forties, suffered multiple stab wounds at an address in Windmill Road at about 8.30 last night. SMIRNOFF Black Screenings are back at Chelseas Bluebird. Enjoy a film while you sip vodka cocktails. Tonight is The Talented Mr Ripley, starring Matt Damon, above. Tickets 25pp, including cocktail and meal. Food from 6pm, film 9pm. Bluebird, 350 Kings Road, SW3 (bluebird-restaurant.com) Scared: Katie Hammond with son Gryff to their hostel and allegedly found the items in suitcases under their beds. The women are said to have sobbed on learning the seriousness of the situation. Ms Andrews mother Simone Headley, of Frant, near Tunbridge Wells, said the pair were terrified by the dangerous and overcrowded womens prison where they are being kept. She said: Its every mothers worst nightmare. I spoke to Shanti yesterday and she was very fright- ened. There has been a misunder- standing. We are asking the Brazilian justice system to please show fairness and leniency. Ms Andrews father, Alan, today flew out to Rio after being told jail officials want proof his daughter has a university education before they will move her to her own cell. The two friends graduated in law from the University of Sussex in 2007 before embarking on a dream back- packing trip round 30 countries. A receptionist at the Stone Of A Beach backpackers hostel, where they were staying, said: They went to police on Sunday to say they had been robbed three days earlier on a coach from Foz do Iguacu to Rio. The police doubted their story because of the length of time they had taken to report the crime. They brought them back here and asked to be let into their room. The officers told them there was going to be trouble and took them away again. Sergio Ricardo da Rocha Pita, who is acting for the pair, told a Brazilian newspaper they had been robbed, but had mistaken some of the items they claimed were taken. Worst nightmare: best pals Rebecca Turner, left, and Shanti Simone Andrews pose in police hats in a Facebook picture Hostel: the girls were arrested in their room E Continued from Page 1 Midwives were too busy to save dying baby daughter H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html