BELFAST, March 23 — Britain’s Northern Ireland minister said today that London will not renegotiate any part of its reworked post-Brexit deal on Northern Ireland amid calls from the region’s largest unionist party for changes.

The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) has said it will not drop a year-long boycott of Northern Ireland’s devolved assembly without “further clarification, re-working and change” to the Windsor Framework agreed by the UK and the EU last month.

“I will always talk to every single member of Northern Irish political parties but the time for negotiation on the Windsor Framework is over,” Chris Heaton-Harris told reporters in Belfast after meeting the region’s main parties. — Reuters