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Grandparents rule

It is my understanding that in meetings of this type proxies for or against the motion would routinely be held by the chair. Sorry Mr Chairman but I am not looking to take on the work load involved in collating proxy votes.

The change suggested seems to have become more political and more emotional than most issues reaching SGM or AGM. I don't actually see much evidence of many people changing their views.

There is of course nothing inherently wrong with concerted campaigns in a democracy. Could you imagine parliamentary elections in the UK without a concerted campaign or two, or the USA choosing a president who did not undertake major campaigning.

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