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Prince Harry has presented an Invictus Games Gold medal to a Cambridge hospital at the request of a US soldier whose life was saved there.Read the full story ›
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Cambridge won their first boat race in four attempts against Oxford.Read the full story ›
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Staff at Addenbrooke's Hospital are "extremely caring" and "go the extra mile" but senior management has "lost their grip" on some of the basics, the chief inspector of hospitals said.
Professor Sir Mike Richards of the Care Quality Commission told ITV News Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust had "lost a grip" on basics such as getting staffing levels right.
He said: "Clearly if the staffing levels are too low there are risks to patient safety."
But he praised staff at Addenbrooke's, which is run by the Trust, for going the "extra mile".
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust is "disappointed" at the failings uncovered by the CQC and is working "as fast as it can" to put them right, the Trust's chairwoman has said.
Jane Ramsey, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust chairwoman, told Good Morning Britain: "We are very disappointed in the reports.
"We are going to be working as fast as we can on the shortcomings that have been identified and we are determined to put them right."
One the country's largest NHS trusts is to be placed in special measures after inspectors raised serious concerns and rated it "inadequate".Read the full story ›
Professor Stephen Hawking has spoken of fears that gifted academics like him would not be able to flourish in today's tough economic times.Read the full story ›