Depends what they're reporting. Straight factual material, pretty much
so: at the moment, though, they're being a whispering gallery for
various folk with axes to grind about the upcoming Army 2020 report.
Hence some of the stories about "six brigadiers resign in protest" - no,
at least four of them retired as normal weeks or months ago with no
protest at all, but that doesn't fit the agenda.
They've also been running briefings about "the Territorial Army is not
fit for purpose" as a way of trying to deflect the expected shift to a
more Reserve-based military: not quite realising that the Regulars run
and are responsible for TA readiness, so stories like that are in the
"bullet, meet foot" category on closer examination.
He thinks too much, such men are dangerous.