It's unfortunate we don't have a time for May's birth on 1 October 1956 in Eastbourne, UK. But with the fast-forward feature on the BaanTu software, the ease in which to do a quick scan through the day reveals that no matter the time of her birth, May didn't have consistent Endurance (otherwise known as the Root center in Human Design). In the end, she couldn't endure the UK's exit process from the EU. She has neither the Success center (or Spleen in HD) nor Feeling center (Solar Plexus in HD) consistently switched on either.
What is consistent is both her Service center (or Sacral in classic HD) and Love or what Human Design labels the Magnetic Monopole. In The God Code: We Are Robots!, it says that when Service is activated, the person feels "motivated to pay attention to what other people want." Her critics from the Brexit side of the Tory party, the Brexiteers, often dismissed her as bound for failure in her exit negotiations with Europe since she herself was in the Remain camp. But they are not closely observing: people can and do act on behalf the collective all the time regardless of what they personally want. Remember 70% of the population has "Service" permanently defined. These are people who have the capacity to serve the needs and wishes of others.
While her Service channel is not connected consistently to Endurance, Success or Feeling, it is connected to the Love or the Magnetic Monopole. When Service is activated through love, "you feel pressure to focus on things other people want, but also things that you love. At the same time it could mean what other people need and love," according to The God Code.
Love is a direction, like a weather vane pointing to that person, place or thing. Or as the original name the Monopole suggests, it's as if each individual is tethered to a monorail or track. Finding your place in life is not so much a geographical location as the people in that location; it's not the physical place that matters so much as the people who gravitate to that place (see "My Night in Madrid, Parts 1 and 2, July-August 2015). This is exactly what Brexit is; a vote on the direction of the UK and the direction that its citizens want to take: to tie themselves closer to the Continent and the people there making rules and laws or be a sovereign nation. The ballot question in June 2016 was simple and clear: "Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?" This is about a people directing, re-directing, themselves to a place or focal point.
May has drawn comparisons with the first female UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. But whereas May has no consistent activation of Endurance, the "Iron Lady" had this strongly activated. Even though May is ready for the fight, there is a fragility to her that you don't see with Thatcher. You can see this, as well as the Service connection to Love, in May's resignation announcement, which was described by one political commentator as "a whimper not a bang."
"I do so with no ill will but do so with enormous and enduring gratitude to have had the opportunity to serve the country I love," May said about her resignation before breaking into tears and turning tail straight into No. 10 Downing Street. Compare this with Thatcher's resignation announcement in 1990.
The above-cartoon (courtesy of @pigeontalks) touches on May's fragility by drawing a comparison with Winston Churchill, which is more apt. He was another leader who fought many a fight and struggled, but without a consistent Endurance center. His retreats to his country estates to paint and write after setbacks were legendary.