The BoE extended its stimulus programme to £175bn last month
The Bank of England's monetary policy committee was unanimous in their decision to keep rates on hold at 0.5% this month.
They were also in agreement not to extend further the Bank's programme of pumping money into the economy.
But members who in August called for a bigger injection of money than the £50bn decided, said the Bank may still need to extend the programme further.
This increased the amount pumped into the economy to £175bn from £125bn.
At that meeting in August, three members, including the Bank Governor Mervyn King, had voted for a bigger injection of £75bn.
The Bank publishes the minutes of its meetings on monetary policy two weeks after the event.