The year since the General Election has seen record money being invested in our essential public services and, unlike the previous Labour Government, it's not being done with dodgy finance such as the extortionate PFI deals.
The result has seen extra nurses, doctors and GPs coming into our NHS; more police on the streets and security at our borders and in our prisons.
In 2020 there were 5.5 million public sector workers in the UK, representing 16.7% of all people in employment. 32% worked for the NHS, 27% worked in education, and 19% worked in public administration.
Here in the Wallasey Constituency, the latest report shows that 4,000 residents are employed in the public sector - representing 21% of all employees.
As well as recruiting more frontline and key workers in our public services, we are increasing the pay for the lowest paid and improving the standards of training, development and support across the public sector.