London Lite Tuesday, 20 October 2009 5 Take a horror trip on Ghost Bus A MOTHER has slammed an NHS Trust for a questionnaire sent to her daughter who died in 1989. Tracey Davey was stunned by the Barts and The London NHS Trust letter. Her daughter Rebecca was born with a hole in her abdominal wall and died aged six months. The questions on living with the defect included: How is your health this week compared to last? Mrs Davey, 46, from Chelmsford, contacted the trust last week and was told to email to complain due to the post strike. She said: I got an automated response. Weve had no apology, not even a phone call. A spokesman said the trust was extremely sorry for the pain and distress. A full inquiry has been launched. Continued from Page 1 Angry: Mr Morbin with the elderly passenger U2tostreamgig live on YouTube IRISH rockers U2 will stream a live concert through YouTube next week. The show at the Pasadena Rose Bowl in California on Sunday will be played live on the video- sharing website to fans in 16 countries including the UK. Algae killed off the dinosaurs DINOSAURS may have been wiped out by algae rather than an asteroid strike 65million years ago. US scientists say they have evidence that algae produced enough toxins to kill off many creatures on land or in the sea. Pressure grows to axe railman over Tube rage STATIONWORKERSTARTEDSCREAMINGANDCHASEDME Investigation: Ian Morbin is suspended on full pay RANTS OF UNDERGROUNDS EASY-GOING JEDI BereavedmumshockedbyNHS health quiz sent to dead baby an elderly man whose arm was stuck in a Tube door. The customer services assistant has been suspended on full pay since the incident at Holborn on Thurs- day. Now Mayor Boris Johnson is being urged to review Transport for Londons complaints procedure after other Tube travellers described their experiences. BBC employee Andrea Lee has avoided Holborn for a month, since Mr Morbin allegedly screamed at her: Youre my f**king problem. Ms Lee, 26, had complained about his treatment of an elderly passenger but said Mr Morbin started screaming and chased me down the platform. She claimed the really frightening incident had reduced her to tears. Security officer Liam Felton, from Stoke Newington, described a situation which he alleged happened last month. I told him the barrier wasnt working and he just went off on one, claimed Mr Felton, 29. He said, Why dont you go and walk under a bus? I backed away but he chased me, shouting, Leave the station now or Ill call the police. Its an outrageous way to behave. The incident in which Mr Morbin, from Romford -- who has described himself as an easy-going Jedi -- called an elderly male passenger a jumped-up little git and suggested, sling him under a train was filmed by commuter Jonathan MacDonald and posted on his website. London Assembly member Val Shawcross has written to the Mayor demanding a review of TfLs complaints procedure. TfL said: We have launched a thorough investigation. Rude Tube victim: passenger Felton This train goes nowhere until little man gets off. Im not holding anyone elses journey up for a little girl like you. To elderly passenger with arm stuck in Tube door at Holborn Sling him under a train. Advice from Morbin about the elderly passenger Stand back, there is a f***ing train approaching. Morbins warning to passengers Why dont you go and walk under a bus? Morbins advice to Tube passenger Liam Felton. Leave the station now or Ill call the police. More advice from Morbin to Mr Felton Youre my f***ing problem. To BBC employee Andrea Lee after she complained about his treatment of another elderly passenger A TWO-WEEK festival will celebrate all thats great about Hammer Horror films. Despite being dismissed by the critics, the Soho-based company overcame cheap sets and camp production to spawn a genre. Now it will be remembered with the event from 28 October. There will be a free exhibition at Idea Generation Gallery in Chance Street, off Shoreditch High Street, and screenings of Hammer classics. Talks will analyse the Hammer legacy, looking at its future under new ownership, while for a week, a nightly Ghost Bus will tour east London.