By Daniel Hunter
Meeting notes from the latest Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) show that two members voted for £75 billion to be injected into the economy.
As it was, the Bank of England's latest bout of quantitive easing was £50 billion, despite two of the nine members pressing for more.
The majority, seven members, considered that £50 billion would be enough, with some saying no further action was needed.
However, no members thought there should be any change in interest rates from 0.5% - where they have been held for close to three years now.
The latest £50 billion takes quantitive easing to £275 billion since the start of the credit crisis.
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