|Charles Darwin on the £10 note|
Certainly Alan Turing would sit comfortably amongst Charles Darwin, Isaac Newton, Shakespeare, Dickens and Faraday. So I support the idea, though I'd like Darwin to still remain - he's another hero of mine.
The petition says, "Alan Turing is a national hero. His contribution to computer science, and hence to the life of the nation and the world, is incalculable. The ripple-effect of his theories on modern life continues to grow, and may never stop."
Sign the e-petition here (open to UK citizens and residents).
There are two other e-petitions concerning Alan Turing open at the moment. A petition to have his conviction pardoned and a petition to erect a statue to him on the empty Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square, London.