That is the headline for an article by Ruth Gledhill at Times Online:
A new pastoral forum is to be set up to bring rebel provinces into line in the Anglican Communion.
The 650 bishops meeting at the Lambeth Conference in Kent debated proposals today for a body headed by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, that would prevent any more consecrations of gay bishops or same-sex blessings.
The forum will also clamp down on “cross-border interventions” such as those where conservative bishops from Africa have consecrated bishops to pastor congregations in the United States.
. . . The document says the moratoria asked for on a number of previous occasions are to be understood as “retrospective”. The strong implication of this is that the openly-gay Bishop of New Hampshire, Gene Robinson, must resign if the Anglican church is to survive as one body. However, this is not stated explicitly and conservatives criticised the document as lacking teeth.