Labour MP and former Shadow Leader of the Commons Chris Bryant has told the Telegraph's Chris Hope that he wants to stop Brexit, even though that would be against the wishes of the voters who elected him.
Speaking on Chopper's Brexit Podcast, he said, "We're going to hell in a handcart. I kind of want to stop it really. I know that's not what probably the voters in my constituency want, and I think we could only do that if we another referendum."
Discussing the prospect of a binding vote on a Brexit agreement by the Autumn he added 'there may be no deal' to vote on.
Mr Bryant was in conversation with former Brexit minister David Jones, as the pair looked ahead to another critical year of Brexit trade talks.
Also on this week's podcast, the Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce Adam Marshall explained why he believes Brexit will actually allow the UK to build its role and influence in European bodies covering key sectors such as aviation.
Plus, Conservative MEP and shining light of the Leave campaign Daniel Hannan outlines his vision for UK trade post-Brexit and we hear from Senior Political Correspondent Kate McCann about the impact Theresa May's cabinet reshuffle is likely to have on Brexit.