A FORMER Sellafield worker who claims she was sacked to silence bullying allegations at the nuclear plant is mounting a legal battle against the company. Diversity and inclusion consultant Alison McDermott is crowdfunding to pay for legal fees after she lodged a whistleblowing and victimisation case to the Employment Tribunal. Her appeal on Crowd Justice has already raised more than £6,000. She has launched the crowdfunding page to explain her case and fund her legal fight. “Sellafield abruptly terminated my contract after I raised serious concerns about the abuse of employees working there and leaders’ failure to investigate or take action,” she says on her crowdfunding website entry.
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