HMS Albion and HMS Bulwark could be taken out of service, leaving the navy with no way to attack enemy-held beaches, said BBC’s Newsnight

The Royal Navy could be stripped of its ability to attack enemy-held beaches under cost-cutting plans, it has been reported.

The navy’s two amphibious assault ships, HMS Albion and HMS Bulwark, could be taken out of service in a new round of cuts to the armed forces, the BBC’s Newsnight said on Thursday.

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