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A brilliantly investigated story may fall flat if it is not well organised and written. It must be credible to the reader, and therefore facts must be updated and timely. Using quotes from relevant and prominent people that confirm the thrust of your investigation will lend gravitas to your story. Graphs, charts and diagrams may also be useful in helping the reader understand more complex aspects of your investigation.