For the last several years I've been working in the US and investing my dollar salary in a classic boglehead-style three-fund Vanguard portfolio. I've been really happy with this setup. This year I moved to the UK and am working for a British company, so I'm now paid in British pounds. I've searched around a bit and it looks like I can't purchase my favorite Vanguard index funds directly with pounds - I'd have to exchange to dollars first. This seems quite inefficient, especially given the recent fall in pound's value. As a result, I'm looking for other options for investing the pounds.
One thing I've considered is trying to find funds that track US and international stock indexes that trade in pounds. Are there any good US/international stock tracking funds that trade in GBP?
Another alternative I've considered is investing the pounds in British investments, such as an FTSE tracking fund. Whether or not this is a good idea may depend on how the Brexit transition effects the British economy.
Any other suggestions are very welcome.