DUP had agreed deal in Stormont talks, says Sinn Féin

The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) had agreed a deal in the Stormont talks, according to Sinn Féin's Michelle O'Neill.

The parties have been locked in talks to restore power-sharing in Northern Ireland after 13 months without an executive.

But the negotiations collapsed on Wednesday, with the DUP saying there was "no current prospect" of a deal.

Mrs O'Neill said an accommodation had been agreed and the DUP "have failed to close on that".