Some key points:
Some of those seem like 'fed' generated things
"Progression linked to skills and performance rather than length of service" means that you move up if your annual PDR is at "satisfactory" or above, if it is unsatisfactory (under his new 3 choice PDR, rather than the current 5 choice) then you don't move up. Thus only the ones who dont perform to an acceptable standard don't move up.
"'Unqualified' new recruits to start as PCs on 19K. 'Qualified' to get 21K." is offset by the reduction in pay points which means that after 'qualification' you move up the pay scale to the maximum (which he reccommends keeping at the £36,550 point) much faster
"raising minimum educational standards for police officers on entry to the service" means either having PLC or 'appropriate service' as a PCSO or SC. Though he does reccommend increasing the SEARCH pass mark to 70%
"direct entry to inspector rank and - after rigorous testing - at Superintendent rank" isn't quite direct entry... For the inspector course he reccommends a 3 year process (for the public) before Insp rank is attained. The first year after basic training is as a PC on the ground doing the job, the next 2 are as a Sgt with a mix of residential training at the "Police National College" (i.e. Ryton/Bramshill) and 'in force' including 'operational policing' (i.e. actually doing the job) before you can get the rank. If you are already a PC (as he wants a 50/50 split between external and internal applicants) you skip the first year (i.e. the 'working as a PC' year) and go straing to Sgt and the 2 year Leadership training program.
The fitness test I've already discussed.
Again having not read it fully and in depth, only the reccomendations the only major kick in the teeth appears to be the ability for CCs to undertake 'compulsory severance' though he does make provision for such people to have access to tribunals if they feel their 'compulsory severance' is unfair.