Charity considers name change to avoid "shameful association"
The world of charitable trusts was rocked to its foundations last night, after it was revealed that a charity is considering changing its name, following allegations of abuse made against its once-revered founder.
Trustees of the Egregious Chess Federation charitable trust, established to look after the interests of the grass roots of the game, have admitted that "we are reviewing a possible change of name", following allegations that the ECF is incapable of organising a piss-up in a brewery.
"Everyone is entitled to be incompetent", said a spokesman for the trustees. "However, it has recently been alleged that the ECF is abusing the privilege". This follows the ECF's second successive failure to produce a set of audited accounts for its AGM. "Of course, we are concerned at the damage to our reputation, as a result of being associated with this hapless bunch of clowns", the spokesman continued.
Jimmy Savile is dead.
"Now then, now then, now then, guys and girls, as it happens, even Jim, you see, could not fix this monumental cock-up, wot has been made by the Egregious Chess Federation, so there you are then, guys and girls..."