Here are the big national stories you are walking up to this morning.

Wembley bomb

Swindon Advertiser: WEMBLEY BOUND Spencer Challinor who will join his England heroes before the crunch World Cup qualifying game

Homes have been evacuated as the Army works to defuse an undetonated Second World War bomb near Wembley Stadium.

The 50kg explosive, which is believed to have been dropped over London during Nazi bombing raids in the early 1940s, was discovered by builders working near the stadium.

It is expected to cause any disruption to Swindon Town’s League 1 play-off final against Preston North End on Sunday.

To leave a good luck message for the team click here.

Police payout for rapist's victim

Swindon Advertiser: Hampshire Constabulary is to axe 1,400 jobs, including hundreds of police officers

Hampshire Constabulary has apologised to a rape victim and agreed to pay her a £20,000 out-of-court settlement after she was initially arrested by officers, according to a report.

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Jose is top dog

Swindon Advertiser: COMING BACK: Jose Mourinho says he wants to manage in England again

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has been named Barclays Premier League manager of the season. He guided the blues to triumphs in the league and Capital One Cup this campaign.

For the full story click here.

And finally...

Eurovision bingo

Swindon Advertiser: Graham Norton to present this year's Eurovision Dance Contest

The annual Eurovision Song Contest is back tomorrow and you can keep up with the glitz and glamour of the event at 8pm on BBC1. Graham Norton will be leading the coverage with his usual charm. 

There is a Eurovision bingo sheet which can be printed off through this link.