...the Principles of Canon Law Project,...which is being talked of by primates as the 'Fifth Instrument of Communion'. I am told it will not be so much a Catholic-style 'Code of Canon Law' as a 'blueprint' of Canon Law. However, comparisons with the Roman Church will become even more inevitable because of another plan, to set up a new Faith and Order Commission.
Jonathan Wynne-Jones, Religious Affairs Correspondent of The Telegraph seems to think this implies that homosexual bishops will face an Anglican Church ban ("Homosexual clergy will be barred from becoming bishops in the Anglican communion under controversial new plans backed by the Archbishop of Canterbury.").
Commenter "Mark" on Gledhill's blog sums it up with:
By design, acquiescence, incompetence, +Cantaur has maneuvered the Anglican Communion into a position forcing a Hobson's Choice between seeing the creation of either parallel provinces in North America or a parallel Anglican Communion.