The review is divided into three main sections: observations on the campaign; observations on the Cameron approach to 'modernisation'; and observations on the inheritance from his years in opposition that Cameron takes into government.
The election debates gave the Liberal Democrats by-election status, and disrupted an already disjointed Tory campaign
The Conservatives stopped losing on the economy but they didn't develop a strong or consistent economic message
The Big Society agenda is an exciting governing philosophy but it should never have been put at the heart of the Tory election campaign
No party ran a campaign responsive to the seismic impact of the expenses scandal - and to the prevailing mood of disillusion with Westminster politics
More on the recommendation to appoint a full-time professional pollster who will report unfiltered to the party leadership, ensuring all big initiatives are properly market tested so they are communicated in the best possible way.