Some of Britain's leading scientists have written to the Prime Minister to ask the government to "formally forgive" a codebreaking genius whose work at Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes helped shorten the Second World War.
Alan Turing was convicted of gross indecency in 1952 after admitting to police that he was gay.
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It will be mild tonight and warm again tomorrow but there's a risk of some sharp downpours later in the day.
Hundreds of people are to pay tribute to the Royal Norfolk Regiment who played a vital role in the Dunkirk evacuation 75 years ago.