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.
Sarah Wollaston MP is "deeply disappointed" that the government has still not published a report on whether to introduce a sugar tax.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.
It's party conference season and first up are the Liberal Democrats who are trying to rebuild after a disastrous General Election. The party lost all their seats here in the Westcountry, but today the new leader Tim Farron said people in the region were hoping to see the party recover its strength.
But do local people know who he is? We went to Plymouth to find out.
Plymouth Conservative MP Johnny Mercer says Britain should take in more refugees - despite David Cameron saying this was not the answer.Read the full story ›
As part of his Labour leadership bid, Jeremy Corbyn is attending a sold-out event at the Plymouth Guildhall this morning (10.30am).
Local Labour councillor Chaz Singh says he's galvanising both young and old - but still says that people are having to 'come out' as his supporters because of the negative coverage.
Rail Minister and Devizes MP Claire Perry says she's "proud" to have suggested women-only train carriages last year as a way of making the railways safer.
Labour leadership frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn has come in for a string of criticism for suggesting the same thing in a speech last night. He said the idea could provide a solution to the rise in assault and harassment on public transport.
In an interview with Ian Axton, Perry said she wasn't embarrassed that she came up with the idea and commissioned research into it from Middlesex University - research which changed her views.
A Plymouth MP is questioning the army's use of an anti-malarial drug which has been found to cause "deep depression", anxiety and sleep deprivation.
Johnny Mercer is meeting with the Armed Forces Minister today to push for a study into the harmful effects of Larium. Currently the Ministry of Defence has a stockpile of more than 11,500 packs.
Yvette Cooper is in the south west today urging supporters to back her bid to be the new leader of Labour Party. The bookies currently have her in third place behind Jeremy Corbyn and Andy Burnham.
Labour leadership candidate Yvette Cooper is due in Plymouth this lunchtime.
The Shadow Home Secretary will be holding a question and answer session at party headquarters on the Hoe.
Two of the other Labour leadership candidates have already visited the city.
Whilst frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn plans to hold a rally next Friday.