Eight Christians, including two from the UK, have made it onto the Tony Blair Faith Foundation’s youth leadership programme.

Nearly 700 people from around the world applied for the popular Faiths Act Fellowship, which provides a platform for young people of different faiths to work together on important issues.

This year’s common cause is eradicating deaths from malaria, which kills nearly one million people a year, mostly in sub-Saharan Africa.

In the UK, Charlotte Flowers, a 20-year-old Christian from Dudley, will be paired with Maryam Duale, a Muslim from Manchester.

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