THE Stormont talks have reached broad agreement among the parties.
Agreement has been brokered on some key issues in the cross-party talks among the five executive parties.
Prime Minister David Cameron said he was delighted a workable agreement had been reached.
First Minister Peter Robinson said he would be recommending the document to his party executive.
Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan said it “sets out a plan for financial and welfare reform.”
It is not yet clear if a deal has been agreed on flags and marches, a major bone of contention for unionists and loyalists.