Where I was going with this was the idea of "people's QE" that the left of the Labour Part came up with - print money and spend it on useful stuff - if it had no significant effect on the broad money supply then it shouldn't be too inflationary.
In fact, if you consider CPIH as a better measure of inflation (as it includes housing), then stopping QE to financial institutions and starting "people's QE" could bring down inflation.
Sometimes I wonder if it would be interesting to study economics but they all seem to disagree with each other so ...You can't inspire people with facts- Small Gods
That's why it's interesting, surely!
Or get rabies. Also don't do that. --scrymarch