Yes, you can sue the ex-boss but it will cost you a small fortune to do so and he is unlikely to have any assets that you can go after- everything will be in his cat's name.
Pyrrhic victory is the term.
you NEVER sned them a nice letter and you dont do anything that isnt a response to somwething they have done.
They will either drop this or sue you and writing nice letters make the latter more likely because they will see that you wnat to respove this quickly and the only way they want to end the mater is with money in their pocket.
What they will never do is write to you and say they and their client are wrong and to think they might do so is going off into the world of fantasy.
I suggest that you keep all of your paperwork safe and stop thinking you need to dance to their tune. If yu want to sue them for breach of the GDPR then do so but do that as a separate action
so where is the picture? where does my suggested response mention adding information that can identify you as the driver.
The more you add the more they realise the limits of your knowledge. Telling them to foxtrot oscar says what you wnat to say, no need to explain why you what them to do so and add irrelevant information.
Even saying there are signs there means you know what they are on about, there are NO SIGNS IN THE CANAL and that is what they have identified as the land but you have now made it clear that your own statment is wrong and you know that is so.
We dont use words lightly even if it looks frivolous, it says enough but doesnt give away all of your hand. The lack of illumination could have been used at another time to support a general statement and add detail if your claim of a lack of contract due to not identifying the land in question wasnt going to win the day. You only need to get one point in your favour to beat a court claim but you need to prepare for every eventualityas no-one know what the judge knows or is thinking on the day. They have to prove every point
Don't touch them owe me £500 since January 2019 make excuse after excuse. Seem they always have software problems sending money out. Keep saying they will call back or email nothing been chasing it now for 6 mths the phone staff always have the same banter we will chase it up and get back to you then nothing!