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."
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Cambridge United striker Ryan Donaldson says his team were comfortable in their clash with Manchester United.
The League Two side kept United out at the Abbey Stadium to earn a replay at Old Trafford.
"We were under the cosh for almost all the second half, (but) we've got a good resilience about us," Donaldson said.
"I didn't feel we were in too much trouble. They had a couple of chances, but I thought we were reasonably comfortable. I thought we deserved a draw."
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