At the end of the Mass, Bishop Egan gave a brief address which, to my hearing, sounded like a program for not only the Diocese of Portsmouth, but a program for all of England. He made some clear and bold statements I think you will like. I don’t have a transcript yet and the video does not yet seem to be viewable on demand. But they both will be, soon I hope.
It seems to me that this appointment and that of Most Rev. Mark Davies the Bishop of Shrewsbury, where Bp. Egan came from, suggests a trend.