So instead of tackling those questions head-on, she's given herself a little test – and although it's not got much new information in it, it's also not going to be a particularly easy one to pass.
She's basically set her government and the EU a challenge to come up with a deal that is respectful of the result, long-lasting, protects job security, is consistent with British values, and will strengthen the union.
All sounds nice. But, you might say, what on EARTH does that deal look like? Even at the end of the 'Road to Brexit' talks, it's unfortunately still too soon to tell.
We’ve moved beyond a world where your country was all that matters. Our economies have become bigger than we realise. Things we use are less and less likely to come from our own country and more likely to have been imported from a country across the globe – this has become so normal that we’ve forgotten what a huge implication this has for how our economies work…