Queensland MP Mark Robinson has again moved to quash speculation he could become the second LNP member to jump ship to Pauline Hanson's One Nation.
The Member for Cleveland issued a statement on Saturday morning reiterating he had "no plan" to leave his current political party.
It followed Friday's shock announcement that the Member for Buderim Steve Dickson had defected to One Nation, reducing the number of LNP representatives in the 89-seat parliament from 42 to 41.
Mr Robinson confirmed he had dined with Senator Hanson, her adviser James Ashby and Mr Dickson in the Sunshine Coast electorate of Buderim in December.
"It is not my practice to publicise the content of private conversations, but suffice to say that at no stage was the possibility of me leaving the LNP and joining ON ever canvassed," he said in the statement.
"The conversation was cordial and polite."
The self-confessed Christian conservative said he remained a committed member of the LNP and intended to recontest the next state election.
"I joined the LNP in part due to its policy platform and values regarding family, traditional marriage and life," he said.
"Eight years later and the LNP's good values remain.
"So I plan to remain with LNP Queensland while-ever the LNP is loyal to those good values that my community supports."
Mr Dickson was forced to defend his LNP ties on Friday after it emerged he had posted a photo of himself and Senator Hanson on social media following the December dinner.
Opposition Leader Tim Nicholls said he considered Mr Robinson a "solid supporter of the LNP" and trusted he would continue to be a partyroom member.
Mr Robinson said in his statement Mr Dickson remained a good friend.
"I had no knowledge of what he was about to do and I am sad that he will no longer be part of the LNP team," he said.
"I wish him and his family well.".
Labor now holds a slim majority in the Queensland parliament with 42 seats.
Mr Dickson will sit on the crossbench alongside two MPs from Katter's Australian Party and independents Rob Pyne and Billy Gordon.