14th April 2015
Notebook belonging to gay codebreaker Alan Turing sells for $1 million 2
3:08 PM — A notebook belonging to late gay codebreaker and computer genius has sold at auction for over $1 million (£677,150).
5th February 2015
Hand-written notes by Alan Turing’s colleagues discovered at Bletchley Park 27
1:09 PM — Notes hand-written by Alan Turing's fellow codebreakers, have been found at Bletchley Park, and will soon go on display at a museum.
3rd November 2014
Imitation Game writer: Everyone told me a film about Alan Turing was a terrible idea 5
6:53 PM — The writer of Alan Turing biopic The Imitation Game has revealed he was repeatedly advised not to make the film.
23rd June 2014
Bletchley gay nightclub unveils rainbow Alan Turing memorial 6
6:37 PM — A gay nightclub in Buckinghamshire has unveiled what is claimed to be the first monument to Alan Turing which celebrates his sexuality.
8th January 2014
David Cameron: Alan Turing’s achievements were remarkable and were vital in winning the War 10
1:03 PM — The Prime Minister has praised late computer genius, mathematician and codebreaker Alan Turing for his "remarkable" and "vital" role in winning World War Two.
24th December 2013
Comment: Alan Turing’s pardon is absolutely correct. The reason for it isn’t 14
2:31 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Chris Ward welcomes the decision to pardon Alan Turing, but says the state still has not formally acknowledged that it was wrong to have people for their sexuality in the first place.
15th November 2012
Comment: Time is right to pardon Alan Turing 32
3:38 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Labour Party member Andrew Pakes says the government must issue gay scientist and computing pioneer Alan Turing with an official pardon.
10th September 2012
Alan Turing Monopoly board unveiled 6
12:08 PM — A special edition Monopoly board commemorating the life of gay codebreaker Alan Turing has been launched by the Bletchley Park Trust.
6th March 2012
Alan Turing exhibition opens at Bletchley Park 19
3:44 PM — An exhibition of items from the life of gay computer genius and Second World War code-breaker Alan Turing was opened at Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire yesterday by Top Gear presenter James May.
25th June 2010
New gay Tory MP pays tribute to Alan Turing 21
4:06 PM — Newly-elected Tory MP for Milton Keynes South, Iain Stewart, made his first speech in the House of Commons last night in which he spoke of the heroic life and tragic early death of gay mathematician and wartime code-breaker Alan Turing.