After chasing Albert around the yard for a while, Harold says, "Whereas my beliefs are sincerely held, the result of years of deep thought, observation and rationalization, your particular brand of squalid nasty antisocial opinion is directly attributable to a basic desire to get right up my shonker!"
It's meeting time and Harold is eager to make an impression...so he's dressed up like Harold Wilson, raincoat and pipe. The committee members arrive followed by a labour party official (Dudley Foster) who's ostensibly there to observe the proceedings. He's dressed like the PM too, raincoat and pipe. Harold introduces him to his pater, "This is Mr. Stonelake, the agent." Albert replies, "What for, raincoats?"
The meeting progresses and Albert's cheeky remarks right along with it. Harold tries to coax him into leaving, "Would you like to read a book or watch television or something?" Albert says, "No no, I'm all right, it's much funnier here. You carry on."
The time has come for council nominations.