Couple flee abroad to fight against the 'Big Brother state' that took their baby
By Cassandra Jardine
A couple whose son was taken away by social workers over what they say were false claims of mistreatment have moved abroad, fearing that any more children they might have could also be seized.
Emma and Martin - not their real names, as a court ruling prevents them being identified - strenuously deny harming Peter and are attempting to challenge the court ruling that placed him for adoption.
But the couple claim that they can no longer live under the shadow of the 'Big Brother state' that broke up their family and feel they will be safer if they continue the fight to clear their names from outside Britain.
Their plight was highlighted in The Daily Telegraph last year when they revealed that they had last seen Peter just after . . ."