I ask the question because, alas and alack, she seems incapable undertaking the simplest tasks without tripping over her own leopard skin shoes, as yesterday's micro-cabinet reshuffle proves. Having taken a wise decision, given the fraught political situation, not to shift any of the (so-called!) 'Big Beasts' in the cabinet, she then makes a complete arse of reshuffling the equivalent of the office boys and girls and ends up looking as though she has both legs in just one side of her tights!
She attempted to move Jeremy Hunt, the Health Minister, and he obviously told her to stick it where the sun don't shine. He has been doing the job for five years now and I would guess that he is the only person in the country who has the remotest idea how the NHS works - and how it doesn't! Obviously such practical experience plays little part in what passes for thinking in the PM's mind. Then she forces the resignation of Justine Greening whom she, herself, appointed to the Ministry of Education only 18 months ago! At a stroke, to quote the old phrase, she now has two bitter, female enemies on her back benches, both former ministers of Education, Greening and Nicky Morgan, both sacked by her. Jolly well done, Prime Minister.
Perhaps the only sensible change was to put a new, younger man in charge of the Tory party machine, er, if 'machine' is quite the word to describe the clapped out, miss-firing engine that has over recent years chugged ever more slowly as Party members jump off after years of being treated, mainly by Cameron and his public school chums, as the British equivalent of "a basket of deplorables". Consequently, the grassroots Tory party, you know, the people who actually get out on the ground during elections, has shrunk to a miniscule size.
It takes some doing but Mrs. May has actually achieved the near impossible by making 'Jezza' look competent!