Memorial to unsung World War Two codebreaker

A code-breaker who was born in Suffolk and is credited with shortening the second world war by two years is to have a special memorial built in honour of his achievements.

Bill Tutte worked at Bletchley Park at the time that the famous Enigma code was cracked. He worked on a much more complex cipher know as the Lorenz Code, one that was used personally by Hitler to communicate with his generals.

Now thanks to a campaign in his birth town of Newmarket he will be given a lasting honour as Emily Knight reports