I am pleased to report that a new BICC Agreement 2020 has now been published at https://www.englishchess.org.uk/wp-cont ... t-2020.pdf.David Sedgwick (in another thread) wrote: ↑Sat Oct 03, 2020 4:46 pmI have been advised, that although all parties are content with the 2017 Agreement, some of them have yet to sign it. The relevant ECF Directors do not wish to publish the Agreement until this has happened.David Sedgwick wrote: ↑Sat Oct 03, 2020 11:34 amHowever, virtually no-one knows the content of the 2017 [BICC} Agreement. The ECF, traditionally responsible for publishing the Agreement, have persistently declined or refused to do so for over three years. The obsolete 2007 Agreement is still published in the ECF Documents section of the ECF website.
A question for both the candidates for the position of Director of Home Chess, should they happen to read this:
If you are elected, will you commit to publishing the BICC Agreement 2017 as a matter of urgency, before the end of October 2020?
Having checked my records, I also wish to acknowledge that I had previously been made aware that not all the signatures had yet been obtained.
Debate directly related to English Chess Federation matters.
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Note 2 should not refer to Section 15.David Sedgwick wrote: ↑Fri Nov 20, 2020 1:19 pmI am pleased to report that a new BICC Agreement 2020 has now been published at https://www.englishchess.org.uk/wp-cont ... t-2020.pdf.
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