A Minister of the Crown.
A government department other than the Security Service, the Secret Intelligence Service or the Government Communications Headquarters.
Any of the armed forces other than any part of the armed forces which is, in accordance with a requirement of the Secretary of State, assisting the Government Communications Headquarters.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (“BBC”), except in respect of functions relating to the provision of a content service (within the meaning given by section 32(7) of the Communications Act 2003); and the reference to the BBC includes a reference to a body corporate which—
(a) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the BBC,
(b) is not operated with a view to generating a profit, and
(c) undertakes activities primarily in order to promote the BBC's public purposes.
The Channel Four Television Corporation, except in respect of—
(a) functions relating to the provision of a content service (within the meaning given by section 32(7) of the Communications Act 2003), and
(b) the function of carrying on the activities referred to in section 199 of that Act.
The Welsh Authority (as defined by section 56(1) of the Broadcasting Act 1990), except in respect of functions relating to the provision of a content service (within the meaning given by section 32(7) of the Communications Act 2003).
The Independent Monitoring Authority for the Citizens' Rights Agreements.]
The Commission for Equality and Human Rights.
The Information Commissioner.
The Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service.
The Judicial Appointments Commission.
The Legal Services Board.
. . .
Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Constabulary.
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