Chairman of the meeting
FOR
Chairman of the meeting
AGAINST
Chairmans
Discretion
    Abstain
Cards Votes Cards Votes Cards Votes     Cards Votes
Ordinary Resolution 1** 75 59,798,378 *4 80,421 1 675 9 29,340,968
Ordinary Resolution 2 78 89,132,457 *4 80,421 1 675 5 6,889
Special Resolution 3 77 89,131,704 *5 81,174 1 675 5 6,889
Ordinary Resolution 4 78 89,132,457 *4 80,421 1 675 5 6,889
Special Resolution 5 77 89,131,704 *5 81,174 1 675 5 6,889
 

** The poll conducted at the general meeting in respect of Ordinary Resolution 1 resulted in 1,107,003 votes cast in favour and 0 votes cast against

 

MAXIMUM VOTES WHICH MAY BE CAST 162,135,949

 

*Company law requires that a proxy must vote in accordance with any instructions given by the member by whom the proxy is appointed: this means that on a vote on a show of hands, the Chairman of the meeting should raise his hand to record the vote against and should count that vote against when deciding whether or not the resolution has been passed on a show of hands by the necessary majority.
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