Brussels plans to fork out on business class flights and hotels for couriers transporting “artefacts” from across the world to the European House of History. The venue in the Belgian capital is home to Brexit-bashing items, such as former Labour Party MEP Seb Dance’s handwritten “He’s lying to you” sign used to taunt Nigel Farage and a UK-EU “always united” scarf worn by Remainers on the UK’s final day of membership. The EU-funded museum, which set taxpayers back £47million, also features anti-EU protest banners and a T-shirt from the official Vote Leave campaign.
Over the next four years, the bloc will spend a further £1.4million fetching relics from across the globe for future exhibitions.
German MEP Nicolaus Fest said: “The EU’s relentless pursuit to establish a common European knows no bounds.
“This is an astonishing waste of taxpayers’ money – it would be much cheaper to relocate the fossils that