Prime Minister David Cameron has given evidence to the House of Commons Liaison Committee.
The Liaison Committee is responsible for matters relating to the work of select committees in the House of Commons. It also regularly hears evidence from the Prime Minister on matters of public policy.
The PM answered questions on a broad range of issues, including developments in Europe, the Government and politics and the media.
Mr Cameron regularly gives evidence to the committee on domestic and international issues. He last appeared on Tuesday 17 May 2011.
You can watch again on the Parliament website.
External site: Liaison Committee (Parliament website)