Northern Ireland power sharing talks end without a deal

weemartin]Talks aimed at stopping Northern Ireland's power-sharing administration breaking down have ended without a deal.

David Cameron says he'd put forward a financial package worth nearly 1-billion pounds - if an agreement could be reached on so-called 'legacy' issues.

But politicians at Stormont described the offer as 'derisory'.

Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness says a much bigger level of investment is needed.