The Rugby Football Union and England's players have finally come to an agreement ending the row which erupted over pay and bonuses.
Team England Rugby and the RFU state they have resolved all outstanding issues over pay for the summer tour to Australia and New Zealand.
The original pay deal was roundly rejected by the English players and the dispute had led to a third party being called in to mediate negotiations and thrash out a deal.
Although no details of the agreement have yet been revealed, a joint statement from Team England Rugby and the RFU reads: “The Rugby Football Union and Team England Rugby are pleased to announce that they have resolved all the outstanding issues over tour payments for the elite player squad for the tour to Australia and New Zealand.
“Both sides have met with the independent third party appointed to review the situation, and accepted their recommendations.
“The details of the final resolution remain confidential and will not be disclosed by either party.”
The row is believed to have escalated when it became apparent some of the squad stood to receive £10,000 a man more than some of their colleagues.
A basic tour fee of £7,800 was mooted, but the test match 22 were due to earn an additional £5,000 a test and a £1,500 win bonus.
England head Coach Martin Johnson will take a 44-man squad down-under starting with a tie against the Australian Barbarians in Perth on June 8.
The five match series includes two tests against the Wallabies, starting on June 12 with the tour rounding off against the New Zealand Maoris in Napier on June 23.