The Glasgow Pollok MP, chairman of Labour Against The Euro, said including them would be seen as a bid to secure a "yes" vote, as they were likely to want the same currency as their homeland.
What does LATE stand for?
LATE stands for Labour Against the Euro (Labour Party; UK)
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We have 10 other meanings of LATE in our Acronym Attic
- Local Access to Coordinated Healthcare (est. 2002; Duke University Medical Center Division of Community Health; Durham, NC)
- Location, Alphabet, Time, Category, Hierarchy (Wurman organizing principles)
- Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children (automotive)
- Lutheran Alliance to Create Housing (Seattle, WA)
- Latin American Trade Council of Oregon
- Local Area Transport Control Program
- Logic, Algebra and Truth Degrees
- Leaving Air Temperature Dry Bulb
- Lemelson Assistive Technology Development Center (Amherst, MA)
- Latitude Direction
- Latin American Theatre Ensemble
- Liaos Antes de the End (Spanish X-Files group)
- Limbic-Predominant Age-Related TDP-43 Encephalopathy (neurodegenerative disorder)
- Linking Aspect Technology and Evolution (Charlottesville, VA)
- Local Authority Trading Enterprise (New Zealand)
- Local Average Treatment Effect
- Linear-After-the-Exponential Polymerase Chain Reaction
- Latin America Technical Exchange Center
- Louisiana Trustee Education Council
- Laboratoire de Recherche sur les Technologies du Commerce Electronique (Laboratory for research on Technology on Ecommere; Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Ian Davidson, chairman of Labour Against the euro, said that any move to include foreign EU nationals would be seen as a bid to secure extra 'yes' votes, as they could be expected to support having the same currency in the UK as at home.
Offering a hint of what's to come, in April a group of 30 Labour backbenchers and several peers celebrated the formation of Labour Against the Euro.
Known as Labour Against The Euro - LATE - the group claim that tough monetary rules imposed on the euro countries would stop the the UK raising tax to fund vital investment in crumbling public services.
Tom Watson, of the Labour Movement for Europe and MP for West Bromwich, and Jon Cruddas, a former adviser to the Prime Minister and a leading member of the campaign group Labour Against the Euro, said: 'Only Labour is committed to taking this decision on the basis of what is best for people's jobs and livelihoods.
Scottish MP Ian Davidson, leader of the Labour Against The Euro pressure group, said: "The worry is it looks very much as if a political decision has been made to join, irrespective of the economics.
Arguing for an early referendum, Mr Kilfoyle said he was disappointed to see the emergence of Labour Against The Euro, one of whose founders is Frank Field, MP for Birkenhead.
Scottish MP Ian Davidson, leader of the Labour Against the Euro pressure group, said: "The worry I have is it looks very much as if a political decision has been made to join, irrespective of the economics.