All mouth and no trousers.
She said she would stand up for 'hard working people', whoever they are; then swiftly cut corporation tax and the top rate of income tax.
None of which helps average working people, let alone 'hard working people'.
She said she wasn't going to give a running commentary on the process of leaving the E.E.C.
She now is.
She said she wasn't going to outline any plans or detail the position on subjects, for the negotiation to exit the E.E.C.
She then promptly did.
Never mind U-turns, these are hand brake turns.
Then to top it all, in the face of a phoney, public opinion 'outrage' whipped up by the media, yet again she buckles and orders the reversal of the 1% increase in class 4 National Insurance contributions.
The writing is on the wall for the negotiations with Europe.
She's going to backtrack on most of what she has said and what's more, you know it.
I suspect she will back down and pay the E.E.C. billions of pounds to leave; in fact, I wouldn't be surprised if she agrees to continue to pay in to the E.E.C somehow, under the guise of 'access' to the 'single market'; she will accept some immigration, for a start.
And she will give Parliament more say, with a vote of some sort.
Quite what else she will go in to full astern on, we await to see.
I wouldn't rely on her announcement not to give Scotland permission for another referendum at the moment, for one.
In fact, I wouldn't rely on anything she says.
I'll be surprised if she's still around by the time of the next general election though.
She's weak, but more importantly, in no way is she a leader.
As she showed during the E.E.C referendum campaign, she's a sheep who is willing to follow the herd.