Turing was convicted for gross indecency in 1952 over homosexuality
‘Time his reputation was unblemished’: Top scientists call on government to pardon Manchester’s Alan Turing
Professor Steven Hawking is one of 11 scientists who wrote to the Daily Telegraph.
Manchester MP’s battle to pardon Alan Turing could clear names of 75,000 men convicted for ‘gross indeceny’
A Manchester MP is pushing forward with the campaign to quash war hero Alan Turing’s conviction for being gay
The battle to pardon Alan Turing: One step ahead, two steps backwards in the fight against homophobia?
Alan Turing, WWII code-breaker and Mancunian mathematician, was convicted, and castrated, in 1952 for having a homosexual relationship
An online petition to secure the pardoning of war time hero and mathematician Alan Turing has split opinion across Manchester.