Robertinus Finlayson Cook, dictus Robin Cook (natus in Bellshill Scotiae die 28 Februarii 1946; repente propter infarctum cordis in Inverness Scotiae die 6 Augusti 2005 mortuus), fuit vir publicus Britanniarum Regni factionis Laboris.

Robertinus Cook (mense Decembri 1997).

Alumnus fuit universitatis Edinburgensis. Ab anno 1997 usque ad annum 2001 minister negotiorum externorum in administratione ab Antonio Blair ducta. Praeterea, a die 28 Februarii 1974 usque ad mortem legatus apud Parlamentum Britannicum fuerat.

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