The sunday political editor of The Telegraph, citing various unnamed former british military officers, has decided to re-run a story for slow news days, namely, the perceived issue of a lethality gap in the Royal Navy's surface fleet. Here, the story is that this degrades performance in the Red Sea crisis. Note that The Telegraph has a defence editor, who did not contribute to the article.
Times you might have heard this song and dance before:
Navy Lookout - Solving the Royal Navy’s lethality problems
Who but David Axe? - Lacking Missiles And Aircraft, British Warships Are Harmless ‘Herbivores’