HC Deb 09 February 1978 vol 943 c641W
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.