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The world's first electronic computer, first put into operation 70 years ago, was used to crack German coded messages

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Bletchley Park World War II Code Breakers © Shutterstock
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Bletchley Park Trust has been accused of freezing out the National Museum of Computing by excluding it from tours

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Bletchley Park World War II Code Breakers © Shutterstock
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Alan Turing's wartime home gets an up-to-date security education workshop

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Kraftwerk-style music album raises money for Bletchley Park computing museums

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The Harwell Dekatron (WITCH) goes on display after three year restoration project

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Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes
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The Foreign secretary has used a visit to Bletchley Park to announce an apprenticeship scheme for the next generation of spooks

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Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes
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The trust responsible for the site has secured £7.4 million in funding

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Britain's top secret listening station, GCHQ, has released two mathematical papers written by codebreaker Alan Turing

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Alan Turing's pardon has been rejected by the government. Bletchley Park seeks sponsors for a virtual rebuild of the historic Colossus computer

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However Turing supporters ask is a pardon right, for crimes comitted under an "awful" law?

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