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"The Bank of England’s latest £50 billion bid to breathe life into the struggling UK economy opened up fresh splits among policymakers today as it emerged that two rate-setters opposed the move.
"... The majority of rate-setters are concerned over the 'very substantial risks' to the UK. The minutes revealed that the committee even considered a bigger £75 billion dose of quantitative easing.
"The economy is likely to face a third successive quarter of contraction when official estimates for the April to June quarter are released next week."