Jonathan Petre, in an article today (Friday) in The Telegraph, wrote this:
"In a sign of their growing frustration, a handful of the most conservative bishops walked out of the House of Bishops' meeting, saying they could contribute nothing more to it."
Well, they may have acted frustrated, but they left because they had already days or even weeks ago decided to do so. There was never any intention on the part of some bishops in the Network to stay beyond the end of the Archbishop's time with the bishops.
They were leaving because on Tuesday they meet in Pittsburgh to work at usurping the place of the Episcopal Church in the Anglican world, and if possible in the Anglican Communion.
Frustrated? Well perhaps. But that was long ago and far away. In the place they now inhabit they are headed for the runway as planned.