In this week's 'Party People' David Cameron talks exclusively to Rob McLoughlin about his bid to win over the North West and about the possibility of a coalition with Ukip.
We try and find out what 5 more years of David Cameron in Downing Street would mean for people in the region, for the NHS, for benefits, and for the so called 'bedroom tax'.
Does the NHS need more reform or should politicians just leave it be?
That's the debate on the latest edition of ITV Granada's Party People.
Here's Rob McLoughlin:
From fuming fusiliers to the people fighting fracking, our Political Reporter Daniel Hewitt looks at all the issues and debates that are dominating the political landscape in the North West this month.
Watch tonight's edition of Party People at 23:45 on ITV for more debate and reaction.
Town Halls in the region are bracing themselves for more cuts.
Will we see more services reduced or removed?
And on the day it's proposed to pay our MPs more have we got our priorities right?
MPs from the North West will be discussing these issues - and the row over tax relief for married couples - on Party People tonight at 11:35pm on ITV.
Click video for Andy Bonner's report.
On tonight's Party People - why we'll vote for a an MP to eat a camels toe on I'm a celeb but we didn't vote for police commissioners. More tonight at 11:35 on ITV.
Derek Hatton is on tonight's edition of Party People, which is on ITV1 in the North West at 11.35pm tonight.