Davidson - who secured her party's best result for three decades, winning 13 Scottish MPs - said she had sought and received assurances from May about maintaining lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex rights.
It was a surprise move - Gove was sacked as justice minister by May a year ago after his bid to become party leader forced now-foreign minister Boris Johnson from the race, amid accusations of treachery and political backstabbing.
However he acknowledged that the party would have to abandon much of the programme set out in the general election manifesto as it would no longer be able to get it through Parliament. Now that it has chose to jump ship, it seems it can't get its act together to actually leave.
"We want to negotiate quickly, we want to stick to the time plan, and so at this point I don't think there is anything to suggest these negotiations can not start as was agreed". I'm very proud to lead this party. "I believe that's important". Labour surpassed expectations by winning 262.
The DUP who have 10 MPs who will support the Conservatives on a policy by policy basis and being the junior partner in this arrangement will not have a tremendous influence on Tory party policy - at least one hopes so.
"I told her that there were a number of things that count to me more than the party".
However, Mrs Foster did not outline what her party would be seeking in return for bolstering the Conservatives through a "confidence and supply" arrangement.
"Honestly, it feels nearly like she is nearly not aware of what has happened in the last 24 hours", Conservative MP Heidi Allen told LBC radio.
Formal exit talks between the United Kingdom and the 27 other European Union members were due to start June 19.
Despite earlier saying that a cabinet meeting had been scheduled for Saturday, a spokesman said May would not be holding one but would name more members of her cabinet.
"Theresa May is dead woman walking". She's now attempting to form a government.
Conservative lawmaker Anna Soubry said she should "consider her position", while another, Heidi Allen, said she may not last six months.
May's two closest advisers, her joint chiefs-of-staff Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy, resigned on Saturday amid recriminations about their controlling management style.
"We are going to see, I hope, more collective decision-making in the cabinet".
Some senior Tories had made the removal of Hill and Timothy a condition for continuing to support May, who has vowed to remain prime minister.
The leader of DUP said on Sunday talks were ongoing with May with a view to supporting their minority government.
A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the Conservative Party won 48.9 percent of the vote share while Labour won 40.3 percent in the June 8 general election.
"The reason for the disappointing result was not the absence of support for Theresa May and the Conservatives but an unexpected surge in support for Labour", Timothy wrote.
Northern Ireland is the only part of the U.K.in which same-sex marriage is illegal.
Speaking to the "Sunday Mirror", Mr Corbyn said: "I can still be prime minister".
Britain voted to leave the European Union in a referendum a year ago in what became popularly known as Brexit.
May wanted to win explicit backing for her stance on the divorce, which involves leaving the EU's single market and imposing restrictions on immigration while trying to negotiate a free trade deal with the bloc.