§ Mr. Peter Morrison
asked the Secretary of State for Industry how many new public national governmental organisations have been created and for which he is responsible since the Government assumed office; and how many paid situations there are within them.
§ Mr. Les Huckfield,
pursuant to his reply [Official Report, Vol. 943, c. 376–7], gave the following information:
The following public bodies of a national character have been created:
Number of salaries Board appointments British Aerospace 11 British Shipbuilders 9* Clothing Industry Scheme Advisory Board — Committee of Inquiry into the Engineering Profession — Electronics Components Instrumentation and Automation Industry Support Schemes Advisory Board — Garment and Allied Industries Requirements Board — Iron and Steel Employees' Readaptation Benefits Scheme Advisory Committee — Manufacturing Advisory Scheme Steering Committee — Manufacturing Machinery Advisory Committee — National Committee on Computer Networks — National Enterprise Board 10† National Maritime Institute Board — Non-Ferrous Foundry Scheme Advisory Committee — Waste Management Advisory Council — *Includes one member who does not draw a salary. † Includes two members who do not draw salaries.