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The Tory leader is expected to remind eurocrats Britain is owed the money, currently being held by the European Investment Bank (EIB), after the triggering of Article 50.
It comes as Europe weighs up the hefty sum of money it will demand from the UK for deciding to leave.
The bill, expected to reach as much as £53billion, will be dented by the British owned cash currently caught up in the Brussels bureaucracy.
But Mrs May is expected to go further, telling the bloc the cash grab to fill the deficit in the EU’s pension scheme is unacceptable.