Media in the United Kingdom, which could never forgive Russian Federation for its clean victory to host the FIFA World Cup over London, are the most active players in the calls to boycott the worldwide competition, the press release added.
"To my mind, this is blood money, paid directly from the Russian state coffers", said Bryant, a Labour MP who in 2015 briefly served as shadow secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport.
The British government it would respond decisively to any Russian government's involvement, in the wake of the poisoning of a former Russian double agent in England.
Earlier, British broadcasting regulator Ofcom announced: "We have today written to ANO TV Novosti, holder of RT's United Kingdom broadcast licences, which is financed from the budget of the Russian Federation".
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Former Scottish National Party leader Salmond faced similar criticism when he became a presenter for RT past year.
Theresa May has said it is "highly likely" that Russian Federation was behind the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, warning Moscow it will face action if it does not explain its role.
A FIFA spokesperson said: 'FIFA and the local organising committee have full confidence that all 32 participating teams and football fans from around the world will make this another memorable World Cup.
And the FA has moved to clarify the organisation's stance on England travelling to the World Cup in a statement. "I would urge leading football figures to rethink - not least after this week's revelations - whether their punditry on Putin's mouthpiece is appropriate".
Moscow responded with a threat to bar all British media working in Russian Federation if RT was banned from Britain.