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The most likely route for this section was to use the Brentwood route, then continue alongside Ringway 3 for a short stretch, before heading eastwards one more just prior to M25 junction 29.
This would have followed the A127 corridor (although a little to the north), and avoided Rayleigh to the north, showing a pronounced "hump" in the route.
Cambridge United supporter Simon Dobbin, 42, had been watching his side take on Southend United and was on his way back to a railway station when he was attacked.
He suffered brain damage, damaged hips, broken ribs and a broken nose during the onslaught in March 2015 and spent more than three weeks on life support.
He was on his way home when rival supporters poured out of a nearby pub, The Railway Tavern, and 'jumped' a group of Cambridge fans.
One witness, speaking after the attack, said the rival fans 'just used [Mr Dobbin] like a football', and said he was saved by a friend who laid on top of him.
This motorway was kicking around in the planning section of the Department of Transport from at least the late 1960s, until its final cancellation in the late 1990s.
If you look carefully, you can see the bridges over nothingness put into place ready for the M12!
A thirteenth man, Ian Young, was found guilty of assisting offenders by hiding them and is due to be sentenced on August 2.It's all a case of NIMBY and we all suffer for the few.We desperately need the M12, so let's start lobbing MPs to get back on track to relieve congestion.The second plan was all tied in with London's proposed third airport, at Maplin Sands, near Southend-on-Sea.
The M12 was designed to speed folk there, and alongside all the way was a high-speed rail line, making for some interesting proposed junction layouts!
But that could just have been scaremongering by the paper.