A woman who set fire to her house while her two year old daughter was inside has been jailed for six years at Carlisle Crown Court.
35-year-old Deborah Donald, from Wastwater Avenue in Workington, was also accused of perverting the course of justice by blaming the arson on two other women.
In court, she pleaded guilty to three charges including arson, perverting the course of justice, and child cruelty.
Judge Paul Batty QC said it was a "deliberate" and "wicked" act, and sentanced her to six years with the recommendation that she serve at least half of that.
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