There is no split within the Ulster People’s Forum, a statement from the group has said.
Willie Frazer met Forum colleague Jamie Bryson on Thursday and both emerged from the meeting saying the reported fallout was simply a difference of opinion.
Mr Bryson said: “The difference of opinion between William Frazer and Jamie Bryson has been put behind us for the good of the people of Ulster.
“There is an attempt by sinister forces to divide loyalism and the UPF will move forward united and continue to work with protestors from right across Ulster in defence of our British identity.”
It went on to say: “William Frazer has clarified his position to members of the UPF committee and made clear he supports 100 per cent the current UPF committee.”
Prior to Thursday’s meeting, Mr Frazer posted a statement on Facebook thanking everyone who had supported him during the past weeks.
“You are all correct” he said. “The UPF isn’t owned by anyone, it was started by protesters county wide and can not be dictated to so the people themselves will push ahead with a country wide meeting to form a democratically elected executive committee representing all of Ulster.
“This meeting will take place next week in Antrim or Ballymena and only then will any decisions be made regarding the direction the people want to take things.
“In the meantime, stay safe and keep your protests peaceful.”
A statement from the group on Wednesday night said Wille Frazer no longer spoke on behalf of the forum, after the victim’s campaigner was critical of a new policy for white-line protests.