The Bishop of Bath & Wells, who was installed at Wells Cathedral in June, has welcomed the vote by the Church of England's governing body, the General Synod, to allow women to become bishops.
Bishops Peter Hancock and Peter Maurice, the Bishop of Taunton, say they are delighted at the news, especially as the last vote caused so much damage to what people thought of the church. The legislation will now go before Parliament and could become law in November.
This week the Right Reverend Peter has taken up his ministry as the Bishop of Bath and Wells.
More than a thousand people attended the special service of Welcome at Wells Cathedral to hear his first sermon.
Yesterday we brought you the first part of an extended interview with him discussing his priorities for the diocese, today Ian Axton asks him about the row over where he should live and the controversial issue of Gay Marriage
A petition calling for the new bishop of Bath and Wells to live in the Bishop's Palace is going to Parliament and the General Synod. It's been organised by Wells MP Tessa Munt, who wants the Church Commissioners to reverse a decision to house the bishop elsewhere.