Thanks for getting back to me.
Yes I wish to end my claim. I have been offered a sum near £50,000 to settle my claim but don't want money. I have always said I did not want money, I wanted an acknowledgement of how I have been treated and an apology.
I was earning £34500 a year as a senior manager in the public sector and I whistleblew about financial practices that had been going on for many years and not addressed. I was then subjected to discriminatory actions including a noosing of a figure in my workspace which my partner witnessed and photographed. I was suspended for a year after a submitted a grievance and then the mobbing got worse with staff gaining up to invent accusations about me , I was then dismissed under SOSR. I have not had work in a year. I have been representing myself since I lost my job as I could not afford legal costs anymore, but it has taken its toll on my health and my partners. I know I have a good case in court but cannot do this on my own anymore.
I would like to withdraw my claim. I cannot see how my employer has suffered a detriment when they are prepared to offer me around £50,000 to settle to keep me quiet.
I don't want to be paid off for what I have gone through, it feels like blood money, I legitimately highlighted financial bad practice to my employer and it was not in my interest to do that. I cannot be silenced for whistleblowing, therefore I would like to end my claim but not be pursued by costs.
What is the easiest way to do this without further victimisation by my employer. Thanks Mike