EXCLUSIVE: DLFA & FLA To Unite Ahead Of Freedom March Next Week
Kipper Central can exclusively reveal that the Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) and the Football Lads Alliance (FLA) will be uniting behind the DFLA in what is a groundbreaking development for the Freedom movement in the UK.
The news comes just before next week’s Freedom March which aims to bring tens of thousands of people to the streets of London to call for Brexit. This march will be the first since the merger and is likely to bring about a renewed sense of optimism and unity among the Freedom movements.
After an internal disagreement some months ago, many members of the FLA splintered off into what became the DFLA, which soon became more prominent than the FLA at rallies and marches.
Recognising the need for unity among the Brexit/Freedom movements, the FLA has decided to join the DFLA to form one united platform going forward.
The decision was partly inspired by Mark Boxer, a prominent member of the FLA before the split who passed away last week and had desperately wished for the two organisations to merge to fight for freedom together.
Describing the reasoning behind the merger, the FLA said: “One of the main people behind the desire to push both movements forward was Mark Boxer who sadly lost his battle with cancer last Friday.
“Mark’s loss has had a profound affect on the football lads community as he was fully committed and wished for the Alliance to succeed in one form or another. We were made aware that it was one of Mark’s final wishes that we could unite both groups.
“When we heard this everyone within the DFLA along with the Admin of the FLA took stock and realised the time is now to do this in Mark’s honour.”
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