Later tonight on Around The House, Gerry Foley and a panel of MPs discuss the Chancellor's Autumn Statement.
Also in the programme, Middlesbrough's newly-elected MP Andy McDonald describes his first impressions of life in Parliament.
Gerry also talks to Durham North MP Kevan Jones, who was overwhelmed by the support he received after admitting he had suffered from depression.
Around The House is at 11.35pm.
On Around The House at 11.35pm, Durham North MP Kevan Jones explains how admitting he had suffered from depression has given him a new role, campaigning on mental health issues.
A speech he made in the House of Commons in June triggered a huge response.
Now Mr Jones and the Conservative MP Charles Walker, who suffers from OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), campaign regularly together to raise awareness.
You can see the full interview on Around The House with Gerry Foley, tonight at 11.35pm on ITV 1.
On tonight's Around The House, the new Middlesbrough MP Andy McDonald describes his first impressions of the House of Commons.
Mr McDonald took his seat earlier this week, just in time for the Chancellor's Autumn Statement.
He tells our Political Correspondent, Gerry Foley, how different it feels to be in the Chamber:
On tonight's Around The House, Durham North MP Kevan Jones explains how speaking frankly about battling depression has changed his life.
Also in the programme, Gerry Foley discusses the Chancellor's Autumn Statement with a panel of MPs, and meets the new MP for Middlesbrough, Andy McDonald.
Our Political Correspondent Gerry Foley is at Newcastle Civic Centre waiting for the election result.