He famously sat in front of Jeremy Paxman and said he didn’t vote. He encouraged the young not to engage in the current democratic system, either. He marched on Trafalgar with Anonymous. And he wrote a book called Revolution.
With the latest polls showing Labour and the Conservatives still neck and neck, and with talk of coalitions, minority governments and deals in darkened rooms doing the rounds, no one is sure what will happen after the polls close at 10pm on May 7.