The DUP is opposed to both abortion and same-sex marriage.
One of the main criticisms aimed at the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn before the election campaign was that he did not step up to his role as leader of the opposition.
"I certainly think that there will be contact made over the weekend but I think it is too soon to talk about what we're going to do". Last summer, he saw down a challenge to his leadership by his own parliamentary party who took a vote of no confidence against him and then took turns to explain to the media why he was not a competent leader.
"My phone is full of texts from lots and lots of people from right across the party", he said.
The resignations came as May worked to fill jobs in her minority government. Because she went into the this with such a huge lead, thinking she could all but wipe out real opposition to their plans.
People demonstrate in Parliament Square against the possible Conservative and DUP (Democratic Unionist Party) coalition government following the Britain's general election result, in London, Saturday June 10, 2017.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is making appointments to her Cabinet as she tries to shore up authority undermined by a poor election result.
Mr Osborne, who was sacked by Mrs May and now is editor of the London Evening Standard, said there was now no majority in the Commons for a "hard Brexit". But the Brexit negotiations will not necessarily be handled by her.
While the DUP campaigned to leave the European Union in last year's referendum, it has refused to endorse Mrs May's position that "no deal is better than a bad deal" - insisting that there must be no return of the "hard border" with the Republic.
May spoke to the Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Enda Kenny over the phone on Sunday. "All this allowed her political rivals to put her in an uncomfortable position", De Marcilly said.
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The Good Friday Agreement was a major development in the peace process of the 1990s that brought peace to the region after decades of conflict.
However, some of the party's other stances are raising concerns about where British politics could head now, with the party adopting a much more influential position.
Liberal Democrats gained four seats to amass 12 MPs, but lost its former leader and ex-deputy prime minister Nick Clegg in perhaps the highest-profile casualty in a night of stunning results. Conservative MPs are publicly airing their anger, some calling for her ouster and others demanding radical change in her style of leadership.
The DUP's demands are likely to be similar to a list it published before the 2015 general election, where the Conservatives ultimately secured a majority and did not need DUP support. And I started by asking him, how it is that Theresa May, who had been tremendously popular, fell so short?
"Voters do not want further months of uncertainty and upheaval", William Hague wrote in the Daily Telegraph, while adding that "very serious lessons" would be learned.
Pressure is now also coming from the public.
"But I would like to make clear that the freaky media reports about my own role in the policy's inclusion are wrong: it had been the subject of many months of work within Whitehall, and it was not my personal pet project".
Mrs May, who was working on putting her Cabinet together, sent Chief Whip Gavin Williamson to Belfast for talks with DUP counterpart Sir Jeffrey Donaldson.
"The actions of this government will have profound implications for the Brexit negotiations and the future of our country", he said.