This appeared on one of the Better Together sites yesterday, and to be fair, was taken down pretty quickly. But clearly someone thought it was a good idea to encourage people to move house so they could vote against Scotland's independence, pretty much regardless of whether they had any other reason for coming here.
The second part is a bit more worrying though...
"POSTAL VOTING SHOULD BE STRAIGHT FORWARD (sic) FOR THOSE WITH FAMILY OR FRIENDS ALREADY HERE."
Does that mean what I think it means?
If it does then the dirty tricks campaign has stepped up a gear. It's not illegal to lie or obfuscate. (If it were Johann Lamont would now be in police custody after yesterday's speech). But arranging postal voting scams from friends or relatives from the United Kingdom, as this poster appears to urge, is illegal. And this is not some 'by-the-way' comment. Someone designed that poster. Someone put it up on their web page.
I've long thought that we need to invite international observers to scrutinize the referendum results. Now it seems to me a necessity.
Could we honestly trust the UK authorities to 'out' a programme of (for example) scam postal voting, if ignoring it meant that they kept their hands on our oil, and natural resources, and David Cameron didn't go down in history as the prime minister that lost Scotland?