A Church of England bishop has apologised after accidentally voting against a controversial report on homosexuality and same-sex marriage, BBC reports.
The Bishop of Coventry said he had pressed the wrong button - giving the impression "that there was not complete agreement in the House of Bishops".
The Rt Rev Christopher Cocksworth said the mistake had been a "moment of distraction and some confusion".
Overall, the church's ruling body voted not to take note of the report.
Last month, the House of Bishops had published an official report for the Church on sexuality, after three years of "shared conversations" with the LGBT community and other Christians.
It called for a "culture of welcome and support" for gay Christians.
But the report maintained the position that marriage in church should remain the lifelong union of a man and a woman, and services should not be held to bless same-sex relationships.