An Israel-hater, flanked by others if his kind, and repeating a mantra about "racism", exhorts the populace to "Boycott Marks & Spencer".
Eventually (around 3:11) a petite female figure in a baseball cap takes the mike. We've seen her before in footage by Alex Seymour. And heard her too.
But this time she has a new message in her repertoire. It's aimed at those people who claim "there was no such place as Palestine".
By which, I take it, she means all those dastardly types who point out time and time again (to all those anti-Israel ignoramuses who insist/imply/infer that there was once a sovereign entity called Palestine stolen by "the Zionists") that there was in fact no such sovereign entity.
All sorts of dodgy pieces of "evidence" have been advanced in support of the demonisers' false assumption, my personal favourite being the Palestine (Maccabi!) Football Team. (And not only because it's an excuse to exclaim "Balls!")
Now, this little lady in the baseball cap adds one more to the murky mix:
"How come my late mother had a passport saying 'British Mandate Palestine'?"
To invoke a certain British comedian's catchphrase: "Some mothers do 'ave 'em!"