She has attempted to be all things to all Brexiteers. This is the week when we discover what thing she will be to which Brexiteers. Some will be dissatisfied. Whether she has done a good job or not depends on the outcome. From her point of view a good job will mean an agreed Brexit which preserves her parliamentary majority. Others may think that a Brexit with the unintended consequences of Northern Ireland leaving the UK to join the Republic, and Scotland leaving the UK to remain in, or rejoin, the EU would be a better job. Yet others may think the best job is no agreement, a parliamentary vote forcing a people's vote on the alternatives and the people opting to stay in the EU. Wait and see and, when the time comes, vote.