King, David Miles and Adam Posen all wanted to increase the size of the asset purchase programme by £50bn to £375bn.
While Paul Fisher preferred to increase the size of the asset purchase programme by £25bn to £350bn.
Regarding bank rate, the committee voted unanimously in favour of keeping it on hold at 0.5%.
While acknowledging that further stimulus was likely to become warranted at some point, most members noted that there were several key events occurring over the coming weeks that could have a material bearing on the situation in the euro area and that there was merit in waiting to see how matters evolved.
That would also allow time for an assessment of any policy recommendations made by the Financial Policy Committee and for the possibility of other policy tools, designed to ease bank funding costs, to be explored.
Most members felt any reduction in market interest rates that had occurred over the month had already provided some additional monetary stimulus. And some of these members remained concerned about the possible persistence of inflation at above-target rates.