Boris Johnson calls for dramatic cuts to Britain"s ties with EU and accuses Germany of taking over Greece

Boris Johnson calls for dramatic cuts to Britain's ties with EU and accuses Germany of taking over GreeceLondon Mayor wants UK to withdraw from social chapter and fisheries policy but remain in single marketPuts pressure on David Cameron to go further in negotiations with BrusselsAlso warns German Chancellor Angela Merkel has 'taken over' Greek government | UPDATED: 11:25 GMT, 4 December 2012 London Mayor Boris Johnson called for major changes to Britain's relationship with Brussels, which could then be put to a referendum Dramatic cutbacks to the UK’s relationship with Europe are ‘essential’ Boris Johnson declared today, insisting a reworked deal with Brussels should be put to the British people in a referendum. The London Mayor warned David Cameron it is ‘high time’ voters had a say on the EU and called for a more ‘pared down’ and ‘common sense’ agreement with the EU. Mr Johnson called for a return to a simplified ‘single market’, with Britain no longer bound by the social chapter or EU-wide fisheries policy