This is a short report of the Postal Vote in the Scottish Independence Referendum. It was carried out by Andy Anderson and a group of ‘Labour For Independence’ representatives who were at the formal count of the Referendum in Argyll & Bute Council area. The report uses all the official figures for the ballot and shows that the official figures for the postal ballot could not have been valid. It also shows a clear co-relation between the level of the postal vote and the significance of the No vote and it records significant political activists who claimed to have knowledge of the contents of the postal vote before the boxes were opened for counting. This report demonstrates that the postal ballot in this referendum was rigged and points a finger at the riggers, it also demonstrates that the UK postal ballot system is wide open to abuse and should not be used again without total reform. Again if you want to question any part of this report you can contact the author online.