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Who to Call? Scrambled Brexit Communications Worry U.K. Bankers

That story, retold by a banker who asked to remain anonymous, is symptomatic of industry complaints about engaging with May's government as it begins pulling Britain out of the European Union. May has already put financiers on notice that they're losing their privileged perch in policy making considerations, so the communications confusion only serves to deepen their anxiety.
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