It seems to me that in the past when a Prime Minister or other high-level official in Britain faced such a profound defeat, s/he would "do the right, honorable thing," and step down. She has been primarily working on this Brexit deal for the better part of two years, promising the people of Great Britain that their wishes in the Brexit election would be honored in the best way, and then it goes down in Parliament by a vote of almost two to one. Like it or not, she has failed. She should step down. Am I wrong?