Ian Axton sits down with Bristol North West Conservative MP Charlotte Leslie, Labour's Luke Pollard and former Conservative MP Mark Reckless, now UKIP's economic spokesman.
They debate the important issues of the day, including poverty, the Labour leadership and Europe.
Charlotte Leslie, the MP for Bristol North West, has told ITV News she believes Nick Gargan's dismissal to be "a joke".
The conservative MP condemned the process that led to the Avon and Somerset Chief Constable being asked to resign, and said she will launch an enquiry with other Tory politicians into the IPCC enquiry which started the process.
Mr Gargan was told to step down after an independent panel found him guilty of eight counts of misconduct - his resignation was accepted today. But Charlotte Leslie said at the time the process smacks of "a witch hunt devoid of real facts".
Senior military figures have expressed concern that Chinese investment in the new Hinkley Point power station could threaten national security.
The Times has reported that intelligence agencies warned ministers that plans to allow China to take a stake in the Somerset plant could pose a security risk.
But Energy Secretary Amber Rudd said the UK had the strongest level of nuclear regulation worldwide.
Speaking at a Westminster lunch, she said "The Chinese can come and engage with us, but is is our regulations, our high standards that they will have to live up to."
A final investment decision on Hinkley C could be announced during Chinese president Xi Jinping's state visit.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn today admitted the party had a mountain to climb if it was to win back seats in the West.Read the full story ›
The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is in Bristol for his first visit to the region since being elected.
He received a standing ovation from activists at a rally in St. Pauls to encourage more people to register to vote. Later on he'll be meeting race equality campaigners.
Mr Corbyn arrived at Bristol Temple Meads early this morning. The first person he met was our very own Ian Axton, who was on his way to London to record our political programme, The West Country at Westminster.
Jeremy Corbyn is making his first visit to the region since being elected Leader of the Labour Party.
Mr Corbyn will visit Bristol this morning to encourage people to participate in the voter registration drive.
He will also mark Black History Month by meeting with race equality activists, joining Marvin Rees - Labour's candidate for Bristol Mayor.
Cameron in confident mood as he talks to Bob Constantine at the Tory party conference in Manchester.Read the full story ›
The Government has again confirmed its commitment to upgrade the A303 to the South West. Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin - who said that the A358 to Taunton would also be improved - told the Conservative conference that the manifesto pledge to complete the dual carriageway link, with a tunnel at Stonehenge, would go ahead.
The Bristol MP and Labour's environment spokesman has laughed off claims that, as a vegan, she can't speak about farming and food.Read the full story ›
The MP for Bristol East and Shadow Farming Minister defends her views that meat eating should come with a health warning.Read the full story ›