Although Parliament’s website doesn’t give an exact time as to when this debate will take place today, it is likely to start at around 3pm, after the debate on inequality, and as the title suggests will look to see what progress the independent panel inquiry has made so far.

At the moment, the Inquiry does not have a Chair, and its scope and membership have been continuously challenged by the public and survivors of abuse, so it will be interesting to see what the government has to say about these things, this afternoon.

You can catch the session live over at Parliament TV, and you’ll be able to access the transcript in the Hansard three hours after the meeting takes place (which we think is very nifty).