From THE MAIL:
Meanwhile, a parish in the Archbishop of Canterbury's diocese has caused a stir with its announcement that it will be also be defecting to Rome. St Peter's Church in Folkestone, Kent, is to join the Ordinariate, as system designed by the Vatican that allows Anglicans to convert while retaining some of their heritage. Bishop Broadhurst predicted it will be the start of a wave of conversions away from the Church of England.
"I don't feel I have a choice but to leave the Church and take up the Pope's offer.
"The General Synod has become vindictive and vicious. It has been fascist in its behaviour, marginalising those who have been opposed to women's ordination."