A senior Muslim employee responsible for promoting diversity at the Metropolitan Police has withdrawn a tribunal claim of discrimination.
Yasmin Rehman, a senior civilian manager, had lodged employment tribunal papers alleging racial and sexual discrimination last year.
She had helped refine and implement many of the force’s policies concerning working with minority ethnic groups, dealing with forced marriages and honour killings.
But in legal documents relating to her case, Rehman had claimed she was being marginalised because of her colour, religion and sex, it was reported.
Rehman has since left her job at the Met Police.