Mick smiles and sticks his finger up at public gallery

Mick Philpott looked down at the floor, wiping tears from his eyes, as the judge passed sentence.

Mairead Philpott wept as she was jailed.

Paul Mosley showed no reaction, sitting motionless and looking over at the public gallery.

There were shouts of "down Mick, down you b******" from the public gallery. He smiled and stuck his finger up at them.

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