Another senior Tory who may have his eye on the top seat is Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond, who is known to disagree with May on some key policies, and - as a "Remainer" who, by dint of his position, would have been instrumental in the Brexit negotiations in any case, could well be seen as a stable option in the middle of the Conservatives turmoil.
"But equally, we want the best for all of the United Kingdom".
According to its election manifesto, the DUP supports the United Kingdom leaving the European Union, but on the provison that the border with its neighbor, EU member Ireland, remains "frictionless".
Conservative Party insiders are also wondering how long May will last.
Davidson, one of the few Conservatives to emerge as a victor from the election after she increased the party's presence in Scotland, said she had demanded, and received, "categoric assurance" from May that the policy would not change.
Upheaval for ruling Conservative Party?
The Labour leader, who has insisted the Conservatives lost the election despite being the largest party, was photographed by Times columnist Giles Coren at the football practice in sunny north London as the Prime Minister grappled with the fallout of losing her majority.
As a leader of a minority government, May will be forced to adopt a more consensus based approach, and this could lead her vulnerable to rivals within the party, should Brexit negotiations run into difficulty.
That did not help May, who in her previous role as interior minister had overseen cuts in the number of police officers.
Her new government was "wonderfully weak and unstable", he said, paraphrasing Mrs May's "strong and stable" election mantra.
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If the party lend its support to the Tories, it would be despite, not because of, the issue on which this election was held. The party's opposition to abortion and same-sex marriage places it at odds with modernizing Conservatives .
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When I say something, I've already thought about how I was going to say it. "No", he said. "They got us where they want us". The entire basketball-watching public thought Draymond Green was ejected in Game 4 for receiving a second technical foul.
But that was a small price to pay for May, because it headed off the immediate calls for May's resignation from both the Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and some in her own party. The tabloid Sun said succinctly: "She's had her chips".
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said the idea of a new independence referendum "is dead".
May had unexpectedly called the snap election seven weeks ago, even though no vote was due until 2020.
"This is a very bad moment for the Conservative Party, and we need to take stock", Conservative lawmaker Anna Soubry said. Based on that, it looks like Scotland won't be going anywhere soon.
With the Tories earning 318 seats and the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) clinching 10 across the Irish Sea, the pair would have two more MPs than the 326 minimum required.
The DUP opposes abortion, same-sex marriage and formerly opposed gay sex even being legal.
Once again, voters succeeding in confounding expectations, delivering surprise victories and resounding losses.
"The Conservatives have not yet broken the British system of democracy, but through their hubris and incompetence they have managed to make a mockery of it", it said in an editorial.
The result represents "an quake in Labour politics", political analyst Robin Oakley told CNN.
'The mandate she's got is lost Conservative seats, lost votes, lost support and lost confidence, ' he said.
Sky's Ireland correspondent David Blevins said: "If they're going to squeeze out some concession from the Tories, is that concession going to frustrate Sinn Fein to the point where the prospect of devolution disappears and there is direct rule from Westminster again in Northern Ireland - with the potential of that direct rule being imposed by a Tory government shored up by the Democratic Unionists".
Mr Davis described leadership gossip centred on Boris Johnson as a possible replacement as "unbelievably self-indulgent". Democratic Unionist Party leader Arlene Foster said that "we have made good progress but the discussions continue".
Last month, he called the Trump administration "erratic", saying that he wouldn't "pander to it" under a Labour government . He told BBC Newsnight: "I think this current arrangement may well prove to be reckless, but we will have to wait and see".
Le protocole habituel, qui voit l'équipe visiteuse entonner son hymne avant celui de l'équipe à domicile, sera ensuite bouleversé. Si l'hymne de l'Angleterre est chanté, que tout le monde puisse l'accompagner.
Detailing major achievements of the four ministries, Goyal said the principle of "less coal for more power" has yielded results. "We have improved the capacity of southern grid by 89 per cent and will double the capacity in the next two-to-three years".
He said Cosby told wife Camille to stay away from the courthouse so she wouldn't have to endure the "media circus". Cosby has appeared in good spirits as he fights charges that could send him to prison for the rest of his life.
Easyjet said the captain had taken the decision to land as a precaution to allow additional security checks to take place. Airport authorities said in a statement that the 151 passengers on board disembarked the plane using emergency slides.
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Even if Trump was being ambiguous by saying "I hope", Collins said "it was wrong of the president to even bring up the subject". Her opinion: "He should give a straight yes or no to the answer - to the question of whether or not the tapes exist".
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The DUP and Conservatives will form Government. "She is putting that at risk with a sordid, risky distasteful deal". He added: "We want to ensure that every one of the LGBT community have rights and their rights will be maintained".
Majority in sight for Macron's party
The Republicans and its allies look set to form the main opposition to LREM, with between 70 and 110 seats. The Interior Ministry said on Monday that less than half of registered voters cast ballots a day earlier.