What art from North Korea looks like

A new exhibition in London offers a rare glimpse of the kind of art that is permitted in North Korea

Donald Trump, take note: every gentleman’s wardrobe needs a decent dressing gown

If the president doesn’t own a ‘bathrobe’, it’s a worrying sign

Save the Super Bowl from lefty rants

Lady Gaga is performing this year’s half-time show – an anti-Trump diatribe is surely on the way

Trump’s inauguration is a backdrop for bad losers

Protesters will make what should be a civilised occasion a bitter spectacle

Five most read articles of 2016

From left wing berks to rip off wine lists, here’s a run down of Spectator Life’s most popular pieces from the last 12 months

Donald Trump’s presidency will be fuelled by junk food

As he showed on the campaign trail, the president-elect favours KFC over haute cuisine

Labour’s next great battle

The Labour leader and his Shadow Chancellor like to present a united front. But John McDonnell is manoeuvring for the top job

Lunch with the future leader of the Labour party

Jess Phillips is a gobby Brummie with the balls to drag the Labour party back from Korbyn’s Keystone Kommunism

Why do failed socialists end up at Harvard?

America’s most prestigious university has become a rest home for Labour party grandees