Leader of the Liberal Democrats and Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg has ordered his MPs to abstain in today's vote on whether Jeremy Hunt should be referred to advisers on ministerial code over his handling of the BSKYB deal.

The Secretary for Culture, Media and Sport has barely been out of the limelight these last few months. People reckoning he was less than impartial, instead trying to clear a more than smooth path for any deal to be sealed; his former aide resigning after revelations about his contacts with Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation and his appearance at the Leveson inquiry.

Hunt has resisted numerous calls to stand down and back in April Prime Minister David Cameron made it clear in the House where he stood. "I've seen no evidence to suggest that in handling this issue, the Secretary of State (Hunt) acted at stage in a way that was contrary to the Ministerial Code."

So the Tories don't want Hunt referred to advisers, and Labour is tabling a motion today saying they do, because there's more to this than meets the eye. So if the Lib Dems do abstain - on the day Clegg himself makes an appearance at Leveson - then it's sure to call the Prime Minister judgement into question.

Written and Presented by Marverine Cole