The U.K. Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said Britain will vote to leave the European Union if Brussels doesn’t give in to “substantial” reforms, The Daily Telegraph newspaper said, citing an interview.

“If we can’t get the commitments we need from our European partners on things like Britain being outside the commitment to ever-closer union...If we can’t get these things then, as the Prime Minister has said, we rule nothing out,” Hammond told the newspaper before the Conservative Party conference in Manchester.

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