Two charities set up in onetime entertainer Jimmy Savile's name announced they were closing today in the wake of child abuse allegations surrounding him.
Trustees of the Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust and the Jimmy Savile Stoke Mandeville Hospital Trust, which operates independently of the hospital, said they couldn't see futures for themselves.
They said in a joint statement that they wouldn't be revealing the recipients of outstanding funds.
Meanwhile former Court of Appeal judge Janet Smith said she will begin work on her inquiry into Savile's activities as early as next week.
And during a grilling from MPs BBC director general Geroge Entwistle said up to 10 "serious allegations" against past and present employees were being investigated.
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