I think I disagree with your comment on May. (Or, I disagree as far as I understand what compels her.) Why would a Remainer take on the job of guiding the UK through this Brexit decision? She hasn't changed her colours. Well, at least I don't think she has. So that leaves the most likely explanation that she is a person of principle, and does wish to guide the UK on its electorate's decision, but perhaps in the least harmful way? I don't know, but I'm happy to give her that until shown otherwise. I mean, can you imagine the carnage if Boris or Gove or one of these scurrilous ejits had become PM?