Welsh Secretary David Jones faces questions from MPs in the House of Commons later.
Planned questions focus on a range of industries in Wales: defence, automotive, tourism, nuclear and aerospace. Other issues expected to be raised include fuel poverty and income tax.
MPs get chance to quiz the Welsh Secretary and his deputy, Stephen Crabb, on a monthly basis.
But there's been criticism from Labour and Plaid Cymru over the number of English Conservative MPs called to ask questions, reducing the amount of time available for Welsh MPs.
Shadow Welsh Secretary Owen Smith has accused the Wales Office of packing the sessions with 'rent-a-question MPs' who act as 'human shields' from unwelcome scrutiny.
That's been dismissed by those close to Mr Jones who point out that the selection is made by Commons authorities not ministers.