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I have had a letter from my employers as below and have drafted

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I have had a letter from my employers as below and have drafted a reply which cannot be posted on this website as it is much longer than characters allowed. Can it be sent to you by any other means so you get the full picture of his email and my reply?. I require advise if I can send the reply I have drafted below without compromising myself or can I be sued by my Employer.
Hello, my name is***** am a qualified solicitor and it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today. Can you send it as an attachment?
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Email/ reply attached
Thank you i will take a closer look and get back to you later this evening.
Hello, having looked through the letter and your queries, please find my comments below:
1. You could indeed mention that you could report them, even if you have no intentions of doing so. This is not extortion if you are not making unreasonable demands in the process. The reason you have said this is because you have valid reasons to do it if needed and also because they have threatened to do the same with you. You are not making this comment to try and get more money out of them.
2. You can include the age discrimination issue as that is relevant to the way you have been treated and can also affect what happens next in terms of claims/compensation
3. The list of other issues you wish to include, again you may do so, but think of the purpose you are doing it for. Are you raising these complaints now or have you raised them before and believe you were treated detrimentally as a result. I would say try not to include them if you have not mentioned them before and are only doing so now because of what you are facing. However, if toy have reported them before and they are the reasons you were treated detrimentally then yes you can include them.
4. Including the email is also fine
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