'Alan Turing Law' to pardon 75,000+ people criminally convicted of homosexuality was talked out of Parliament today despite high hopes.
Architect of Alan Turing's pardon, John Leech, has slammed the Tories for 'playing political games' with more than 75,000 people.
Leech led successful campaign ...
John Leech has pushed for an amendment on the 'Alan Turing Law' which will see tens of thousands pardoned.
Architect of Alan Turing's pardon, John Leech: "This is a deeply profound and emotional day."
Leech led campaign to pardon Turing and 75,000+ others criminally convicted of homosexuality.
160 jobs are set to go under plans to save £75m over next three years.
£27m worth of cuts to adult social care and £6.7m to children's services and education.
Former Manchester MP, John Leech, has called on the council to: "stop wasting money on vanity projects and protect local jobs."