From clothes children were found in to Philpott's family tree, 27 facts agreed by both prosecution and defence
The clothing the children were wearing when firefighters pulled them from their beds during the fire. Jade was wearing pyjamas, Jack was wearing boxer shorts, Jayden was in his school uniform, Duwayne was wearing jeans and boxer shorts, Jesse was in his underwear and John was wearing jeans and a T-shirt.
A family tree listing Mick Philpott's children with their various mothers.
Photographs taken at 18 Victory Road between 7.25am and 7.52am on May 11. Further photographs taken at the property on May 13 and 16.
Gloves and a plastic Dr Pepper bottle removed from the front garden of 110 Osmaston Park Road.
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Bottles of petrol and oil removed from the house and garden of Adam Taylor and Vicky Ferguson after the fire.
Police automatic number plate recognition evidence taken in Osmaston Park Road.
An address in Marlborough Road where Philpott, Mrs Philpott and neighbour Adam Taylor went to buy cannabis on the night of the fire.
The times of the four 999 calls made between 3.36am and 3.49am when the fire engulfed 18 Victory Road. Philpott made the first call, three neighbours – Joseph Peel, Callum Stevenson and Julie Meynell – made the other three.
Telephone calls to the police made by either Philpott or Lisa Willis between April 26 and May 7 last year.
Clothing recovered from 18 Victory Road on May 13 that was analysed by the police after the fire. It includes Philpott's slippers and trainers, Mrs Philpott's sandals and white T-shirt.
Clothing recovered from the Philpotts at Birmingham Children's Hospital, where Duwayne died, on May 13. It includes underwear, leggings and black Derby County tracksuit bottoms.
Clothing that Paul Mosley told police he was wearing at 18 Victory Road on the night of the fire.
The front door lock to 18 Victory Road.
Footage of the press conference the Philpotts held at Derby Conference Centre, London Road, on May 16, five days after the fire.
Transcripts of the conversations the Philpotts had at the Premier Inn, Uttoxeter New Road, that undercover police recorded covertly between May 13 and May 29.
Transcripts of the conversations the Philpotts had in a police van after they were charged on May 31 that were recorded by undercover police.
Confirmation of the screening times from Sky TV of the film Centurion, which the Philpotts said they watched together on the morning of May 11 before the fire.
Confirmation that there was no home or content insurance at 18 Victory Road.
Conformation that the children who died had no life insurance.
The names and dates of birth of the three children – David, Richard and Michaela – that Philpott has with his first wife Pamela Lomax, who he married in 1986.
Details of Paul Mosley's conviction for robbery on September 10, 1982, when he was aged 15. The length of the sentence was not read out in court.
Confirmation that Mairead Philpott has no previous convictions.
Confirmation that a family friend visited 18 Victory Road with her children between 7.30pm and 8.45pm on May 10. She confirmed that she was at the address when Paul Mosley arrived.
Medical evidence that none of the children who died had any physical injuries.
The date and time of a telephone call between Philpott and a friend, Michael Russell, that took place on May 18.
Confirmation of a phone call between Mosley and his brother, Bryan. The date was not given.
A Facebook status update entry Philpott made at 1.31pm on May 1. In it he says he "loves his kids more than life itself" and alleges that Ms Willis' eldest son, Jordan, is the biological son of her brother-in-law, Ian Cousins.