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The planned switch to clean energy vehicles has led to an extraordinary surge in demand.

While a smartphone battery uses no more than 10 grams of refined cobalt, an electric car needs 15kg (33lb).

Dorsen, just eight, is one of 40,000 children working daily in the mines of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).Girls as young as ten in the mines are subjected to sexual attacks and many become pregnant.When Sky News investigated the Katanga mines it found Dorsen, working near a little girl called Monica, who was four, on a day of relentless rainfall.Here, for a wage of just 8p a day, the children are made to check the rocks for the tell-tale chocolate-brown streaks of cobalt – the prized ingredient essential for the batteries that power electric cars.And it’s feared that thousands more children could be about to be dragged into this hellish daily existence – after the historic pledge made by Britain to ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars from 2040 and switch to electric vehicles.

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