Skimming through the actual document, there seem to be few surprises, and a good handful of reviews designed to punt difficult policy areas into the long grass. As the Times's Francis Elliot reports, the Tories are bragging about two particular details, although with some cause, I feel:
"Michael Gove, the Education Secretary, is likely to be pleased that there is no role for local authorities in enforcing fair school admission policies. Tory sources also pointed to a pledge to “simplify the benefit system in order to improve incentives to work”. The wording allows for reform on payments."
Until Cameron's bizarre provocation yesterday, the Tory leadership could have sold much of this as a reforming, Conservative agenda to their backbenchers. They will probably still try. But you imagine that there will be even more attention and anger paid to any concessions now.