Join Helen Ford and guests for our political show Around The House.
A panel including the Westmorland and Lonsdale MP Tim Farron will analyse this week's Budget. He'll be joined by North Yorkshire's Anne McIntosh and Bishop Auckland MP Helen Goodman.
We'll also ask how the Government's welfare reforms could affect voters in our region.
Starting next month, the Disability Living Allowance will be phased out, to be replaced by Personal Independence Payments.
People with disabilities living in parts of Cumbria will be among the first to be switched to the new benefit.
The Government says it will target people who are most in need; opponents say it will penalise the vulnerable.
On tonight's Around The House, Helen Ford is joined by Newcastle MP Catherine McKinnell and Skipton & Ripon MP Julian Smith to discuss welfare reform.
Derek Proud reports on the changes to disability payments:
You can see the full debate - and reaction to the Budget - on Around The House with Helen Ford tonight at 11.50pm on ITV.
So, was this week's Budget downbeat or aspirational?
Helen Ford is joined by MPs Helen Goodman, Anne McIntosh and Tim Farron to examine the state of the nation's finances, and the likely effect of the Chancellor's measures on us all.
You can see the full debate on the Budget - as well as analysis of welfare reforms that are about to be piloted in Cumbria - on Around The House with Helen Ford, tonight at 11.50pm on ITV.
Helen Ford presents our political programme from Westminster.
Westmorland and Lonsdale MP Tim Farron is among the guests to discuss the winners and losers from the Budget.
Also in the programme; welfare reform, including changes to disability payments that are about to be piloted in Cumbria.
The rows over the Chancellor's budget speech go on, with a holiday park owner from our region saying the decision to tax static caravans will hurt local business. The cabins will be subject to an extra 20%, as mobile caravans currently are.
The manager of D&M leisure parks in Dumfries and Galloway says it adds to problems the tourist industry is already suffering because of the recession.