External Monetary Policy Committee member David Miles has been re-appointed for another three-year term, meaning he will serve on the MPC until the end of May 2015.
Since joining the committee, Mr Miles has voted with the majority except on two occasions in 2009. In August, he voted for a £75bn increase in the Bank’s quantitative easing programme, while the majority backed a £50bn expansion. In the November, he voted for a £40bn-worth of additional asset purchases, rather than £25bn. Read more