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GW shares get buzz from cannabis

GW Pharmaceuticals yesterday saw its cannabis-based pain-relief medicine approved in another 10 European countries, sending its shares up nearly 2 per cent.

Daunting Davis Cup task for GB

Great Britain have won all five of their Davis Cup ties since Leon Smith succeeded John Lloyd two years ago but this weekend the captain faces his biggest challenge as Britain and Belgium meet at Glasgow's Braehead Arena with a place in a September play-off for promotion to the elite 16-nation World Group at stake.

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Andy Murray to miss Davis Cup meeting with Belgium

Great Britain's hopes of returning to the Davis Cup World Group have been dealt a significant blow by the absence of Andy Murray for next month's clash with Belgium in Glasgow.

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