In 2013, the General Synod–the Church of England’s governing body–came within six votes of allowing women bishops. According to RNS, “Senior sources say that revised legislation has convinced those who voted against women as bishops in 2013 to change their minds.”
Before I offer my own position on the matter, N.T. Wright’s “The Biblical Case for Ordaining Women,” in Surprised by Scripture, has actually challenged my own complementarian position more than any other work I’ve read on the matter (Wright combines thoughtful arguments from the Bible, tempered with cultural sensitivity.).
My position: if the General Synod of the Church of England shares the same views as one of their own, N.T. Wright, then by all means they should allow women to serve as bishops.