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day release

n
(Education) Brit a system whereby workers are released for part-time education without loss of pay
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A FELON has been jailed for swindling thousands of pounds from a mum he met while on prison day release for similar crimes.
But Robbie McIntosh - a brutal thug who bludgeoned a women while on day release from a murder sentence - is now being protected by data protection legislation.
A LAG who was allowed to use a car to go to work on day release was allegedly caught with a kilo of COCAINE in the boot.
The 41-year-old failed to return to a Co Derry prison earlier this week after being granted a day release pass.
The 50-year-old had absconded from HMP Castle Huntly in Scotland while he was on a day release trip to Inverness on December 10.
No names or places, but a young man out on day release from prison went to a well-known jewellery store to have an engagement ring sized for a lady who he hopes to spend the rest of his life with.
He started his AAT accountancy training in 2003 and quali'ed two years later after attending Bridgend College on day release.
The convicted striker, who is fighting to clear his name after being sentenced to five years in prison, is due to visit his former club on day release in July to begin training.
The 44-year-old, who was jailed for life in 1991 for killing a man he wrongly thought to be a paedophile, failed to return to HMP Kennet in Merseyside after leaving the Category C jail on day release on Saturday.
Arnold Pickering, 44, from Chadderton, Greater Manchester, failed to return to HMP Kennet in Maghull, Merseyside, after leaving the Category C jail on day release at about 9.
But the Republic Day release date is said to have highly irked Kumar, whose another film has also slated for the same day release.
The initiative marks the first sponsored degrees in the UK IT sector to be taught and delivered almost entirely in the workplace, rather than attending day release at university.