here or here (A final coalition agreement is to be published later)
Paragraph 10 is important since it seeks to "reverse the substantial erosion of civil liberties under the Labour government."
There will be a Freedom or Great Repeal Bill - (no specific detail of its contents as yet)
ID cards, the national ID register will be scrapped as will the next generation of biometric passports and the Contact Point Database
It will become unlawful to fingerprint children at school without parental consent
The scope of the Freedom of Information Act will be extended
The DNA database will have similar protections to the Scottish model - [the difference between Scotland and the rest of the UK was a point made by the European Court of Human Rights in the Marper case]
Defend trial by jury
Restore rights to NON-violent protest
Review libel laws to protect freedom of speech
Prevent misuse of anti-terrorism legislation
Further regulation of CCTV
End storage of internet and e-mail without good reason
A new mechanism to prevent proliferation of unnecessary new criminal offences
Other sections of the document are also important. There will be legislation to have fixed term parliaments of 5 years - (thereby removing the Prime Minister's traditional nuclear option of controlling the election date); legislation to bring about the Alternative Vote system of elections for the Commons; recall of MPs guilty of serious wrongdoing; a committee to consider House of Lords reform and to bring forward proposals by December 2010; a committee to consider the "West Lothian Question"; a referendum lock to prevent further transfer of powers to the EU. The agreement contains these and many other ideas.
Whilst many of the details are yet to emerge, the agreement appears to offer a major legislative programme for a full parliament.
Addendum 17th May: Work is beginning on reversing the ban on "intercept evidence" in criminal proceedings - see The Guardian 17th May.