Employment minister Esther McVey will join Tom Bradby on The Agenda tonight.
Also on the panel will be the writer Jeanette Winterson, comedian Rory McGrath and the Times columnist Philip Collins.
They will be discussing Maria Miller, the welfare cap and holidays abroad versus "staycations".
The Agenda with Tom Bradby is on ITV tonight at 10:35pm.
Comedian Rory McGrath has been cautioned by police over a drunken assault against a couple near Redruth in Cornwall. The 57-year-old was accused of attacking a man and a woman who were trying to help him while he was "heavily in drink", according to police.
The man, in his late 40s, suffered a bloody nose and a scratched face, and McGrath was subsequently arrested. The cautions mean no further action will be taken against McGrath, but police say there was enough evidence to charge him.
Rory McGrath - best known as a panellist on the sports quiz They Think It's All Over - has been arrested on suspicion of assault following an incident in Cornwall, which left a man with a bloody nose and scratches on his face.
The incident happened at around 10.15pm on Friday.
A spokesman for Devon and Cornwall Police said: "Police were called to a property in the Pool area, near Redruth, following a report that a man had assaulted a male and female couple, who it is understood, were attempting to assist this man who was heavily in drink.
"A man in his late 40s received a bloody nose and scratches to the face. A 57-year-old man from the Cambridge area was arrested for common assault and an ABH assault.
"He has been bailed until 5 July while police carry out further enquiries."