It appears that the English Parliament is voting on a bill that would force the Church of England to consecrate women as Bishops.
I believe it is called the Equality Law Exemption or a similar name. From what I read, the Church of England is a state church and is bound by this law if passed, even if the Church of England’s Synod fails to vote for women to be bishops.
Hopefully if this is true, it will not affect the Catholic Church. The Ordinariate in England is growing and if this law does pass and the CoE must abide by it, there seems a possibility that there may be many more Anglicans coming in to the Church.
Yours in the Hearts of Jesus and Mary