Is Stephen Kinnock a gammon?

I'd have thought he'd be right into remain given his parents but he seems a bit brexity.

He's supporting May's failed deal because he's so desperate to cling on to anything the EU has to offer and avoid a clean break.

How is that even remotely Brexity?

The signs are there.

First his slightly odd amendment to Benn Burt which the government allowed through unopposed after "forgetting" to appoint  a teller and now today he has signed up to the Alternative Arrangements Commission, effectively endorsing their proposals for alternatives to the backstop.

He signed up at the same time as known breixter Caroline Flint.

I have to confess, I'd hoped Flinty would leave to become an Independent, so she could be free to become a proper Brexiteer.