The voting replicated last month's, with Tim Besley again calling for a quarter-point increase, David Blanchflower a quarter-point cut for the fourth-straight month and the other seven backing a hold.
However, the overall tone of the minutes was more dovish than those of the July meeting.
"A case could be made for an immediate increa
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