From THE BBC:
Senior Anglican bishops have significantly watered down proposed concessions to those in the Church of England who are against women bishops. Legislation thrown out by the Church of England's General Synod in July would have given traditionalist parishes significant exemptions from serving under a woman bishop. The latest proposal gives future women bishops more control in selecting a substitute for a particular parish, and would oblige them only to "respect" theological objections.
I suggest that the bishops make one further concession to the "so-called" traditionalists. To avoid ambiguity they should use exactly the same definition for the word "respect" that Forward In Faith and Anglican Mainstream have been using for the passed twenty years regarding women priests in the Church of England.
The new wording will be voted on in General Synod in November.