OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeCambridge United head coach Mark Bonner says his side need to respond as quickly as possible from their heaviest defeat of the season.The U’s face Southend United at the Abbey tomorrow (Saturday) looking to bounce back from a 4 1 defeat at Salford City on Tuesday night.United had gone the month of January unbeaten in league fixtures with four wins and two draws, which saw Bonner and Wes Hoolahan recognised as Manager and Player of the Month.The U’s backed that up with a victory at Barrow on Saturday, but their seven match unbeaten run in the league came to a grinding halt on Tuesday night.United conceded more than two goals in a game for the first time in 36 matches in all competitions this season, but the U’s come into tomorrow’s game still sitting top of League Two.”That’s always the challenge isn’t it, to try and respond as quickly as we can,” the head coach said.”We get an opportunity to do that tomorrow (Saturday), all being well. We look forward to that.”It was a bad night for us, an off night where we made errors which we don’t normally make, and we have to trust the fact that usually we’re much more resolute than that.”I think it’s the first time we’ve conceded more than two goals in a long time.
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Inconsistencies in the transfer of mental health information to health files may result in at risk cases being overlooked, and a lack of standardisation at the court stage resulted in difficulties determining onward service provision and outcomes. Foreign national prisoners were under represented in the sample.Conclusions: Greater consistency in access to pre prison health services in the criminal justice system is needed, especially for those with pre existing vulnerabilities, and it may have a role in preventing subsequent deterioration. A single system for health information flow across the whole pathway would be beneficial.1.