Talks at Stormont hit their first stumbling block


Talks at Stormont appear to have hit their first stumbling block.

A Sinn Féin meeting with the British Secretary of State was cut short this evening over funds for legacy inquests.

The parties have three weeks to form a Government or risk a return to direct rule.

The party's leader in Northern Ireland Michelle O Neill says James Brokenshire didn't take on board their calls: