§ Mr. Andrew Turner
To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (1) if he will list those public bodies to which his Department appoints members and which are not listed in Public Bodies 2000; 
(2) if he will list those public bodies which are the responsibility of his Department and which are not listed in Public Bodies 2000. 
§ Mr. Nicholas Brown
Public Bodies 2000 sets out information on non-departmental public bodies (NDPBs), certain public corporations (including nationalised industries) and NHS bodies. There are four types of NDPB: executive NDPBs; advisory NDPBs; tribunal1140W NDPBs; and boards of visitors to penal establishments. The next edition will be published around the end of the year. Information about task forces, annual reports, and ad hoc advisory groups is set out in an annual report published by Cabinet Office. Copies of Public Bodies 2000 are in the Library of the House and this publication may be accessed via Cabinet Office's website http:// www.official-documents.co.uk/document/caboff/pb00/ pb00.htm. Copies of the annual report on task forces and similar bodies have also been placed in the Library of the House and the annual report is being made available on Cabinet Office's website.
My right hon. Friend the Secretary of State appoints members and is responsible for the following public bodies which do not appear in the Public Bodies 2000 publication: Disability Rights Commission (DRC), Independent Living Fund (ILF), Independent Review Service (IRS), Social Fund Commissioner (IRS for the Social Fund) and the].0th Anniversary Trust.
Responsibility for the Appeals Service and Motability lie with the Department for Work and Pensions although my right hon. Friend does not appoint members, the Lord Chancellor's Department (LCD) makes appointments for the Appeals Service and Motability board members are drawn from finance, industry, the professions, trade unions and voluntary organisations.