The European Parliament has signed a contract to pay 880,000 euros (£760,000) to give British broadcasters footage from parliament in Brussels and Strasbourg.
The contract states: “Attention will be paid to highlighting the role of the European Parliament in the negotiations of the process of exiting of the EU by the UK.”
The EU’s directorate-general for communication is inviting tenders for the journalistic assignment.
The winning bidder will know which Brexit stories would be of most interest to British media and carry out interviews on their behalf.
MP Andrew Bridgen said: “This is money to fund Brexit propaganda and 20 per cent has come from the British taxpayer.
Theresa May says she is not going to give a running commentary on Brexit but the EU is.”