Nation in Transit
A Manifesto for Post-Brexit Britain
Starting from the underlying causes of the mass dissatisfaction that brought the UK to this point, this book offers a clear vision for what a post-Brexit Britain should look like. From unemployment to immigration, public housing to the banking industry, and local villages to the global environment, Phil Anderson takes a long, hard look at what really creates the conditions for people and communities to flourish and why the UK just isn't feeling it as a nation. The answers combine radical political ideas with grassroots Essex reality, because if the solutions don't work for the person on the street then they probably won't work at all.
Phil Anderson has served as a Christian leader, elected politician, coordinator of the UK national prayer breakfast, engineer of the world's fastest paper-recycling plant, and manager of a toothpaste-tube factory. In 2005 he became a founding member of the renewed Order of the Mustard Seed, a lay ecumenical order of prayer, mission, and justice.