A belated update of MA reveals that the money supply in October jumped to a growth rate of 12.99% (compared to October 2012). The growth rate had been consistently between 7% and 8% since April 2013. This gives further evidence that the UK economy is picking up speed, and perhaps too much. More details in the data section.
(For some reason Google Drive seems unable to show charts, so I've copy and pasted the data into Excel and saved this as an image.)