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.
Conservative MP Esther McVey has been promoted from minister for the disabled to employment minister.
She was said to have "looked happy" as she left Downing Street.
The Conservative minister for the disabled Esther McVey has just walked into Downing Street.
She said there was "no news yet."
The minister for disabled people and Tory MP for Wirral West, Esther McVey, said changes to the benefit system are about "understanding disability in the 21st century" and adapting a system which will work better in the future.
The MP said the new scheme is not aimed at saving money.
The minister for disabled people, Esther McVey, said changes to the benefit system are about "understanding disability in the 21st century" and adapting a system which will work better in the future.
Speaking about the Personal Independence Payment plans, Mrs McVey said: "What we've got to do is ensure the billions of pounds that we spend, really are focused on those people who need it the most."
She added that independent assessments would be carried out along the way, to make sure the Government is "getting it right."