Absolutely brilliant!MR SPINACH: I wish to register a complaint!
MR GAMMON: Sorry, we're closed --
MR SPINACH: Never mind that, my lad. I wish to complain about this politician what I purchased not half an hour ago from this very boutique.
MR GAMMON: Oh yes, the Tommy Robinson. What's wrong with it?
MR SPINACH: I'll tell you what's wrong with it, my lad. It's racist, that's what's wrong with it!
MR GAMMON: No, no, he's... er... taking an extreme stance to provoke debate.
MR SPINACH: Look, matey, I know a racist politician when I see one, and I'm looking at one right now.
MR GAMMON: He's not racist, he's provocative! Remarkable politician, the Tommy Robinson, innit. Beautiful verbiage.
MR SPINACH: The verbiage don't enter into it. He's a massive racist.
MR GAMMON: No, no, no! He's just provocative!
MR SPINACH: All right then! If he's provocative, I'll rouse him! [Shouts at the politician] Ello, Mr Yaxley Lennon! I've got a lovely deputation of Bangladeshi protestors for you --
[The politician reacts.]
MR GAMMON: There, that wasn't racist!
MR SPINACH: Oh, it was! He pulled a face! That politician is definitely racist, and when I purchased it not half an hour ago, you assured me that its ill-advised choice of language and regrettable actions were due to bad judgment caused by being weary from campaigning to save the English people!
MR GAMMON: Well he's probably... pining for free speech.
MR SPINACH: Pining for free speech? What kind of talk is that? And why did he try to start a protest outside the Court before I even got him home? He's bleeding racist!
MR GAMMON: He's not racist, he's... opinionated!
MR SPINACH: He is not opinionated! He's a massive racist! He's prejudiced! He's intolerant! He's xenophobically sectarian! He's a huge illiberal! He displays bias pursuant to the shade of dermatological integuement of a subject! He's so far right he's halfway back to left again! THIS IS A BIGOTED POLITICIAN!
MR GAMMON [wilting]: Well, I'd better replace it then. How about this Boris Johnson?
MR SPINACH: Is he racist?
MR GAMMON [unwillingly]: ...a bit.
MR SPINACH: Well he's no bleeding better than the other one, is he?
MR GAMMON: I've got a shop soiled Jeremy Corbyn.
MR SPINACH: Shop soiled? How can you tell?
MR GAMMON: I think we're getting away from the original point of the joke, here, sir.
MR SPINACH: And it's getting silly.
MR GAMMON: All right, let's stop.