No, not back to "the" way forward our church at large seeks on Another Issue but is there a way forward for our cathedral in the Square?
On the one hand, Bishop Victoria has written an op-ed for the Christchurch Press, online here (and, presumably, to be published tomorrow in the print edition). She has also been interviewed tonight on Seven Sharp (here).
On the other hand, tonight a cross-party political group of local MPs has announced it is united and determined to "break the deadlock over the Christ Church Cathedral."
That doesn't sound like a group of democratically elected MPs intent on respecting the parliamentary democracy of the church!
UPDATE THURSDAY A.M.
In the Press this morning:
This frontpage article
This assessment of power and influence (which inaccurately describes her power within Synod as "She has a third of the vote at the synod." A bishop of a diocese does not have a third of the vote but has the power to veto a decision sought by the other two houses - the same power which each of those houses has. In practice, at least on matters not doctrinal, bishops rarely if ever use such a veto. The critical vote at Synod will be the majority not the vote of anyone individual.)