London — Britain has become increasingly reliant since the 2016 Brexit referendum on “flighty” foreign funding that could be withdrawn at short notice, says an American official of the Bank of England.

Three years after voting to leave the EU, Britain is politically divided and the future of Brexit looks less clear than ever, raising questions about prospects for the world’s fifth-largest economy and its financing...

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