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Shire plc: Results of the Annual General Meeting Held on April 28, 2009
Date:4/28/2009

DUBLIN, April 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Shire plc (LSE: SHP, NASDAQ: SHPGY), the global specialty biopharmaceutical company, announces that at its Annual General Meeting today, all resolutions contained in the notice of meeting were duly passed and the results of the poll are as follows:

                                        For*      Against  Withheld**
    1.     To receive the
           Company's accounts
           together with the
           director's and
           auditor's reports    385,589,148    2,271,000     26,380
    2.     To approve the
           Remuneration Report  307,647,526   60,796,610 19,442,392
    3.     To elect Dr Barry
           Price as a Director
           of the Company       356,441,471   31,425,618     19,439
    4.     To re-appoint
           Deloitte LLP as
           Auditors of the
           Company              387,555,848      311,630     19,050
    5.     To authorize the
           Audit, Compliance
           and Risk Committee
           to determine the
           remuneration of the
           Auditors             387,180,598      671,746     34,184
    6.     To authorize the
           allotment of shares  332,997,412   54,868,377     20,739
    7.     To authorize the
           disapplication of
           pre-emption rights   387,558,665      297,124     30,739
    8.     To authorize market
           purchases            387,693,316      173,212     20,000

    * These figures include discretionary votes

** A vote "withheld" is not a vote in law and is not counted in the calculation of the votes "for" or "against" a resolution.

Two copies of all resolutions passed, other than resolutions concerning ordinary business, will shortly be submitted to the UK Listing Authority and will be available for inspection at the UK Li
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