The jury in the Philpott trial have been given the option of delivering a majority verdict.
They were asked if they had reached a unanimous verdict. They answer was "no".
Mairead Philpott tells a jury she doesn't know how Total petrol got on her leggings.
Prosecutor Richard Latham asks get "What other petrol had been brought into the house?"
"None. As far as I know" replied Mairead.
Mairead Philpott tells a jury that she was more a slave than a wife to Mick Philpott.
Prosecutor Richard Latham says: "But yesterday you described him as your 'Guardian Angel?'"
Mairead Philpott replies, "That was when we first met."
Mairead Philpott is telling the court how she wanted custody of Lisa Willis' five children. "I was more of a mother to those children than their own mother was," she says.
When asked if she was scared of her husband, Mick Philpott, Mairead relies: "No. I wasn't."
She says she does not remember how many times Mick went up the ladder to try to rescue his children: "I don't know. I was hysterical."
Under cross-examination, Mairead Philpott denies that she and her husband Mick concocted a story.
When asked what Mick Philpott meant when he allegedly whispered to her in a police van "we're sticking to the story," Mairead replies: "There was no story".
She says it was about not wanting to tell police about having had sex with co-defendant Paul Mosley shortly before the fire at her home.
Mairead Philpott tells prosecutor Richard Latham QC that it is "possible" her husband Mick got out of bed to light the fire.
She agrees with him that there was no mention of this in her defence case statement.
Mr Latham asks why she would say nothing of this in her interview if she was innocent. Mairead says she was following advice.
Mairead Philpott tells the jury that if her husband Mick had told her in the back of a police van 'I didn't mean to do it, on my life' – rather than 'I didn't do it, on my life', she would have told the police.
Mairead Philpott is now being cross-examined by the prosecution.
Mairead Philpott tells a jury that she and her husband Mick were confident of winning a court case for residency of Lisa Willis' five children.
Ms Willis left the home she shared with Mr and Mrs Philpott in February 2012. Four of her five children were fathered by Mick Philpott.
Mairead Philpott tells a jury neither she or Mick Philpott ever had any desire to hurt or take revenge on Mr Philpott's ex-mistress Lisa Willis.
Mairead Philpott is continuing to give evidence in the Derby house fire trial. Yesterday she told the court:
- She had no part in lighting the fire and would never harm her children
- She started having extra-marital sex before Christmas; her husband Mick encouraged this
- She felt suicidal when her husband's girlfriend, Lisa Willis, left the family home
- She woke up to find the house engulfed in flames
- Hearing the news that five of her children perished in the fire felt "like my insides had been ripped out," she said