Which is pretty much an admission that she lacks the confidence of the people to govern. Under ancient British constitutional principles, she should really be sacked by the Queen, along with Parliament. But like I say -- constitutional crisis! I'd actually say it's only the biggest constitutional crisis since the 1830s, when lack of trust by the people in a highly unrepresentative Parliament, and Lord Liverpool ordering the army to fire on peaceful protestors repeatedly, *and* major economic problems, led to demands for the Reform Act. I don't think there's been a "legitimacy gap" that large for the UK government since then... but this is close. The US, on the other hand, has a government with the least legitimacy since, probably, James Buchanan.