According to the Herald Scotland, the former BBC journalist -
who was only locally elected eight weeks ago - is being urged by
senior figures in Westminster to stand as a candidate.
They report that the 32-year-old has the backing of current leader
Annabel Goldie and allies of the Prime Minister, who see her as an
alternative to deputy leader Murdo Fraser.
In May, DIVA reported that Davidson - who was a guest at David
Cameron's LGBT Downing Street reception, last month - became the
Conservative Party's first openly-lesbian Member of the Scottish
At the time, Matthew Sephton, who chairs LGBTory, said: "I'm very
pleased that there were record numbers of openly-LGBT Conservative
candidates standing in the various elections this year.
"Right across the country, openly-gay Conservatives were elected
in inner-city seats such as Salford, as well as rural seats such as
those in Oxfordshire, Kent and Gloucestershire. In Reading, 40% of
the Conservative group is now lesbian or gay."