The Liaison Committee will grill the PM on Ukraine, the cost-of-living problem, migration, and health care.
For the first time, top MPs from a super-committee will examine Rishi Sunak on the migration crisis, the war in Ukraine, and the cost of living crisis.
On Tuesday, the Prime Minister will testify before the Commons Liaison Committee, which comprises select committee chairs, to answer questions on the Union’s health and other issues.
Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee Alicia Kearns will be there, as will Sir Bill Cash and Dame Diana Johnson, who work with her on European Security and Home Affairs.
As will Scottish Affairs Committee chair Pete Wishart, Treasury Committee chair Harriett Baldwin, and Health and Social Care’s Steve Brine, as nurses strike for the second day and ambulance workers prepare to walk out.
Boris Johnson appeared before the committee led by Tory MP Sir Bernard Jenkin during the last hours of his government on July 6.
During the session, he was notified that a delegation of Cabinet colleagues was waiting for him in Downing Street to notify him that his time had come to an end.
Mr Johnson resigned as Tory leader the following day.
However, Mr. Sunak’s presence takes place at a far less tense political moment, and following the session, MPs will adjourn for the Christmas holiday.