About Me

Dr Craig Dalzell was born in Lanark and raised in Blackwood. After leaving Lesmahagow High School I joined the University of Strathclyde where I gained an MSci in Laser Physics and a PhD in Photonics.

Having been awakened to politics in 2012 and spending two years campaigning for Scottish Independence. I developed an interest in the economic and financial aspects of the debate and put my rapidly expanding knowledge in the field to good use campaigning as part of Yes Clydesdale, where I took part in many public meetings sitting alongside experienced politicians and current cabinet members, and online on various forums and webpages.

Since April 2016 I have worked as a volunteer researcher and, since November 2016, as the Head of Policy & Research for Common Weal and have published several papers which can be found over in the library.

I can be found on Facebook and Twitter.

My Youtube channel, where some of my public meeting appearances can be found, is here: https://www.youtube.com/c/CraigDalzell

Just as a clarifier regarding reuse and distribution of material from this blog (including images and logos not owned by someone else). Please refer to the Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial license below.

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

In short, if you’re going to make money off of it, give me a shout and ask first (See my Contact page). If not, just cite me as a reference and help yourself (though I’m still interested to see what you’d like to do with it).

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