The Swedish government has issued a notice to a family living in public housing that they must vacate the premises in August to make room for migrants. Uffe Rustan told Swedish newspaper Mitti that he had been informed over the phone by his local municipality that he would have to take his family and get out of the building by August. “I was evicted from my home over the phone.

When I asked for the reason, he said that people come from other countries. He left the news and basically just said have a nice weekend,” Rustan said. Rustan lives in public housing with his two teenage sons. The lease works on a six-month basis and he had already renewed once. READ MORE