Though this is old news now. Like we see various Fed members divided over future course of policy, same is the case with Bank of England.
The divide began in June 2010 MPC where Andrew Sentance voted to raise rates by 25 bps and keep the purchase program at GBP 200 bn. Intrestingly, he advocates exiting from conventional policy first. Most econs say though unconventional followed conventional, the exit should be reverse from unconventional to conventional.