Peter Bradley was the Labour MP for The Wrekin between 1997 and 2005. More recently, he co-founded and directed Speakers' Corner Trust, a charity which promotes freedom of expression, open debate and active citizenship in the UK and developing democracies. He has written, usually on politics, for a wide range of publications, including The Times, The Guardian, The Independent, The New Statesman and The New European.
'Wonderful. Beautifully written.' Alan Johnson, author of This Boy 'I was gripped from the beginning. Peter Bradley has a powerful story to tell.' Daniel Finkelstein, author of Everything in Moderation 'A beautifully written, moving account.' Rebecca Clifford, author of Survivors 'A moving tale of a family, a small German town and Nazi horrors. Brings into sharp focus the enduring scourge of anti-Semitism.' John Kampfner 'Utterly gripping. I could not put it down.' Rabbi The Baroness Neuberger DBE 'Moving. An impressive journey to the roots of antisemitism.' Geraldine Schwarz, author of Those Who Forget 'A thought-provoking insight, through the prism of Peter's family, into the real impact of this pernicious hatred.' Ruth Smeeth, CEO of Index on Censorship