More detail when it comes in.
Hereford Diocese has also voted against the Covenant, again by a very narrow margin:
Bishops For: 2
Clergy For: 15, Against: 15, Abstained: 1
Laity For: 21, Against: 23, Abstained: 1
And, the last result of the day, Bradford voted equally narrowly for the Covenant:
Bishops For: 1, Against: 0
Clergy For: 15, Against: 9 Abstained: 2
Laity For: 16, Against: 15 Abstained: 3
That makes 13 dioceses against and 8 for.
Therefore, of the 24 dioceses yet to vote: 15 must vote in favour for the Covenant to pass, and 9 must vote against if it is to fail.
Six dioceses vote next Saturday:
Bath and Wells
Ripon and Leeds