What are you talking about mate. Check your facts before misinforming others. Of course there is such a fee.
If you come from a non-EU country into a Schengen regulated country (most EU and wider, except UK), then you have to pay 60 euros to transit (ie, only pass through but not stay in the EU) and to stay for up to 90 days. Students, academics, and NGO workers are exempt as long as they are travelling on professional or academic grounds. If you come from a country that does not require a visa, then the fee, described as "pre-clearence fee" is set at 5 euros.
Yep, I checked the wrong site. Nevertheless, even afte Brexit is completed and treaties for the successive relationship between UK and EU are ratified, UK would most probably remain amongst countries with simplified access, so anything above that 5 euros fee would be suspect.