The newest member leapt off the fence last month to support a rate rise.
The Bank’s deputy governor might be expected to side with King, yet has been sounding more hawkish than usual of late.
The Bank’s governor insisted they could be “many quarters” away from a slow normalisation of rates.
Defiantly dovish, the US member wants more monetary easing through buying assets.
Leader of the hawks, has voted for a 0.25 per cent rise since June, and now wants a 0.5 per cent hike.
The Bank’s head economist voted for higher rates.
Still on the fence, yet tipped to be the next to jump.
The Bank director recently proposed “looking through” the UK’s high inflation, yet may be persuaded to budge in future.
Siding with doves, spoke of the dangers of tightening policy yesterday.