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Ultimately, the decision whether to accept an offer form the employer is only on you can make.
To cut to the chase, you know if what the employer dismissed you for is correct or not, meaning you personally know if you dod actually do wrong.
Therefore, are you willing to settle for what they offer, or do you wish to pursue the matter to a full tribunal hearing that you may or may not win.
Granted if you win a case at tribunal you should be awarded more than £900?The choice is yours.
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If you have that material which you wish to use as evidence at a tribunal, then yes you should be able to use it. If you go to tribunal you would produce your documents as an evidencial bundle. You would also disclose this to the other side. Thee tribunal would then decide what evidence to allow or not.
You need to to gather you evidence, or show proof why something is needed.
You will not be allowed to go of a fishing trip to go looking for things.
Sometimes it is better to just cut your loss and move on.
if they are committing criminal acts, the tribunal is not the place to sort that. They are only interested in whether your dismissal was correct or not, nothing else.
if the employer is committing offences, torpor they that to the Police, Health and safety executive, CQC etc.