A legendary BBC News broadcaster is stepping down after more than 20 years.

Robin Brant announced on social media he would be moving on from the BBC recently.

The presenter has been a staple at the channel - starting out at BBC Radio One to being the news channel's foreign correspondent.



Announcing the sad news on social media, Robin said: "News about me: I'm moving on from BBC News.

"This weekend will be my last after 20 years plus on the staff.

"I started at BBC Radio One, then to Westminster, then the best job - foreign correspondent.

"Thanks to everyone along the way. 

"I’ll miss the camaraderie."

Followers of the popular journalist flocked to the comments to wish him luck in the future.

One said: "Good luck Robin."

Another said: "Oh no! Hope great adventures await. Always great working with you!"

A third chimed: "Huge loss to the BBC, Robin. Good luck in whatever you do next."