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A minute's silence has been held at Derby County's match against Ipswich, in memory of the six children who died in a house fire in the city last year.
Moments before Derby County kicked off at Pride Park Stadium this afternoon, thousands of fans paid tribute to Jayden, Jesse, Jack, John, Jade and Duwayne, who died when their father, Mick Philpott, set a fire that took their lives.
Angela Mosley – the sister of a man who assisted Mick Philpott with a fire that killed his six children, spoke to ITV News Central at a Derby County match where a minute's silence was held for the children who died in the fire.
Paul Mosley was sentenced to 17 years in prison for six counts of manslaughter. He will have to serve at least half of his time.
Angela says it's hard to put into words how she feels.
A minute's silence has been held in memory of the six Philpott children who were killed in a house fire started by their father.
Supporters, staff and players fell silent at 3pm to remember Jade, 10, and her brothers John, nine, Jack, eight, Jesse, six, Jayden, five, and Duwayne, 13.
An online petition has been set up, calling for the Philpott family home on Victory Road in Derby to be demolished.
The tenants, Mick and Mairead Philpott, were this week jailed for the manslaughter of their six children in a fire last year.
Mick Philpott was sentenced to life in prison, serving at least 15 years, and Mairead Philpott was sentenced to 17 years. She will serve at least half the sentence.
A minute's silence will be held today in memory of the six Philpott children who were killed in a house fire started by their father.
Derby County Football Club has asked supporters to join staff and players in remembering Jade, 10, and her brothers John, nine, Jack, eight, Jesse, six, Jayden, five, and Duwayne, 13.
A spokesperson for the club said the Rams will hold the minute's silence ahead of their fixture with Ipswich Town at Pride Park Stadium this afternoon.
Mick Philpott, 56, was jailed for life on Wednesday after being convicted of killing the children along with his wife Mairead, 32, and friend Paul Mosley.
Tributes have been left at the home where six children died in a house fire planned by their father, mother and family friend.
The children – Jade, Duwayne, John, Jack, Jesse and Jayden Philpott, died from smoke inhalation in May 2012.
On Thursday (April 4), Mick Philpott, Mairead Philpott and Paul Mosley were sentenced at Nottingham Crown Court for six counts of manslaughter.
Mick Philpott was sentenced to life, serving at least 15 years in prison. Mairead Philpott and Paul Mosley were both sentences to 17 years, with at least half the sentence being served.
Senior Liberal Democrats have not entered the row which has seen David Cameron back Chancellor George Osborne's comments that the case prompted "wider questions about our welfare system."
Mr Alexander said: "The Philpott case is an individual tragedy. Children have died in that case.
"I think that is where we should let that case lie. I would not want to connect that to the much wider need to reform our welfare system."
The Prime Minister agreed with the Chancellor that the Philpott case prompted "wider questions about our welfare system".
The Prime Minister said the Chancellor's remarks about the Philpott case "were absolutely right".
He said: "I think what George Osborne said was absolutely right.
"He said that Mr Philpott was the one to blame for his crimes and he should be held responsible but what the Chancellor went on to say is we should ask some wider questions about our welfare system - how much it costs and the signals that it sends.
"We do want to make clear that welfare is there to help people who work hard, it shouldn't be there as a lifestyle choice and I think that's entirely legitimate."