At the AGM held on 29 November 2011 all resolutions were passed, including those detailed below:
· Shareholders approved by ordinary resolution the continuance of the Company until the AGM to be held in respect of the year to 31 August 2012, with 97.4% of those voting supporting the resolution;
· Shareholders approved resolutions renewing the Directors general authority to issue shares up to an aggregate nominal amount of £1,032,250 and to allot a limited number of shares for cash on a non-pre-emptive basis up to £154,837.50 (being approximately 5% of the nominal value of the issued share capital of the Company). These authorities will expire at the earlier of 28 February 2013 or at the conclusion of the 2012 AGM of the Company, unless previously varied, revoked or renewed.
· Shareholders authorised the Company to renew its authority to make market purchases of up to 14.99 per cent of the Company's issued share capital, being 9,284,056 ordinary shares of 5p. The authority will expire at the conclusion of the 2012 AGM of the Company, unless previously varied, revoked or renewed.
The full text of all the resolutions can be found in the Notice of Annual General Meeting contained in the Annual Report and Financial Statements which is available for viewing at the National Storage Mechanism at http://www.hemscott.com/nsm.do.
Baillie Gifford & Co
29 November 2011
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