Robin Sanderson

Union Jack-SHis family may have been new gentry yet they still frowned on Robin Sanderson ignoring the fruits of his Eton and Cambridge education for the frivolous choice of going overseas to become a foreign correspondent. He did not consider himself much of a rebel, but being a reporter for the Daily Telegraph was definitely exciting and gave him a chance to apply all of that history that had been crammed into his head for years. But what really drew Sanderson to the job was the rush that came with chasing after the truth from those who tried to hide the facts under the barrel of a gun.