The full findings of the latest Ofsted report into the Al-Madinah free school, in which inspectors said there had been "no improvement".
An appeal by Mairead Philpott against her sentence for the manslaughter of six children is underway at Nottingham Crown Court.
Lord Nash has told the trustees of the troubled Al-Madinah school in Derby that he is unsatisfied with changes. They have agreed to resign.
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Mairead Philpott has lost her appeal to have her 17-year sentence reduced for the manslaughter of her six children.
Mairead Philpott has had her appeal against her 17 year term for manslaughter of her six children dismissed at Nottingham Crown Court.
Richard Latham QC, prosecution for the Crown, has argued Mairead Philpott had petrol on her own clothing and was therefore not a "mere spectator".
Prosecutor Richard Latham QC has told the court at the Mairead Philpott appeal hearing, "While we understand her grief at the deaths of her children. But there was a plan here - hatched over a period of time that Mairead Philpott was aware of before the fire....she wasn't a mere spectator."
Mairead Philpott's barrister, Shaun Smyth QC, has told the court "Those unfurnished with the whole facts are sharpening their pens against Mairead Philpott. We know this (appeal) will not find favour with those who advocate the purpose of sentencing is for vengeance and retribution."
The defence barrister for Mairead Philpott has said her husband, Mick Philpott, targeted women who were incapable of standing up to him.
He then suggested Mairead Philpott was 'the neediest of them all' and could not 'summon the courage' to leave him.
Mairead Philpott's barrister Shaun Smith QC described her and other women as "utterly dependent" on Mick Philpott.
Mairead Philpott's barrister told Nottingham Crown Court she was "particularly vulnerable."
– Shaun Smith QC
She was, we respectfully submit, particularly vulnerable to a man like Michael Philpott...he was 24 years her senior and specialised in taking advantage of young girls who had no family support and low self-esteem.
Mairead Philpott's defence barrister, Shaun Smyth, has told the Court of Appeal that "the dependence of Mairead Philpott on Mick Philpott - while not an excuse legally or morally - was not given sufficient weight on her sentence."