Tomorrow's Fish and Chips was a short story published in Into the Unknown.

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Ibrahim returned home after a trip to the destruction of the Crystal Palace in 1936 with Habitat. He shows Helena a copy of the Daily Mirror he's brought from 1936. Later, when Ibrahim is showering to get rid of the the smell of smoke, Helena switches the Daily Mirror with a copy of the Daily Express from the same day, hoping Ibrahim won't notice. Her reason: the second page of that day's Daily Mirror had a photograph of a woman greeting Jewish refugees to London, a woman who looked exactly Helena.

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  • This is one of the only stories in the Erimem series where Erimem doesn't appear at all.

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