TOKYO, Jan 15 (Reuters) - The dollar fell to a one-month low against sterling on Friday on the view that U.S. interest rates will remain low for a while.

Sterling continued to draw support from speculation that the Bank of England may pause its asset-buying programme as the economy shows signs of a gradual recovery.

Sterling GBP=D4 rose as high as $1.6350, its highest level since Dec. 16, before trading at $1.6333, up slightly on the day. (Reporting by Satomi Noguchi)