Companies Act 2014
1110. (1) Where a member requests a full account of a vote before or on the declaration of the result of a vote at a general meeting, then with respect to each resolution proposed at a general meeting the traded PLC shall establish—
(a) the number of shares for which votes have been validly cast;
(b) the proportion of the company’s issued share capital at close of business on the day before the meeting represented by those votes;
(c) the total number of votes validly cast; and
(d) the number of votes cast in favour of and against each resolution and, if counted, the number of abstentions.
(2) Where no member requests a full account of the voting before or on the declaration of the result of a vote at a general meeting, it shall be sufficient for the traded PLC to establish the voting results only to the extent necessary to ensure that the required majority is reached for each resolution.
(3) A traded PLC shall ensure that a voting result established in accordance with this section is published on its website not later than the expiry of 15 days after the date of the meeting at which the voting result was obtained.