19th March 2014
George Osborne announces foundation of Alan Turing Institute during 2014 budget announcement 5
3:31 PM — On announcing the 2014 budget today, the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne nodded to late gay codebreaker and mathematician Alan Turing, and promised to open an institute in his honour, to lead Britain ahead of other countries in big data and algorithm research.
14th March 2014
Turing biology article validated 60 years after being written 2
4:59 PM — Just months after a long-awaited official pardon, and sixty years after it was written, the only biology article by gay computer genius and mathematician Alan Turing has been validated through experiments.
23rd December 2013
Queen grants gay war hero Alan Turing a posthumous pardon 52
11:23 PM — The Queen has granted a posthumous pardon to the gay World War Two hero Alan Turing under the Royal Prerogative of Mercy.
16th October 2013
David Cameron to ‘look into’ pardon for gay war hero Alan Turing 9
7:14 PM — Prime Minister David Cameron today said he would "look into" the issue of a pardon for gay codebreaker and computer genius Alan Turing, after the issue was raised by gay MP Stephen Gilbert.
Attitude Magazine unveils Alan Turing cover: ‘The gay man who saved the world’ 3
2:13 PM — The late gay computer genius and World War II codebreaker Alan Turing was honoured with a posthumous award at the Attitude Awards yesterday evening.
10th May 2013
Lords bill introduced to pardon gay codebreaker Alan Turing 26
10:37 AM — A private member's bill has been introduced in the House of Lords, which seeks to pardon the gay computer genius Alan Turing, who was prosecuted for gross indecency in 1952, after having a relationship with another man.
16th July 2011
Video: Queen unveils monument at Bletchley Park, home of gay genius codebreaker Alan Turing 34
12:25 PM — The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh yesterday unveiled a monument to commemorate the contribution made by code breakers at Bletchley Park to victory over Nazi Germany in the Second World War. In particular, The Queen paid tribute to the gay codebreaker Alan Turing who was later forced to undergo chemical castration after being convicted of homosexuality.