By Chris Brooke for the Daily Mail
Published: 22:10 GMT, 6 January 2020 | Updated: 01:00 GMT, 7 January 2020
When Pam Webb’s luxury spa flooded, she was horrified to find her insurer had changed her policy – leaving her high and dry.
A resident of badly-hit Fishlake in South Yorkshire, Miss Webb needed thousands of pounds to fix major water damage and feared she would go bust. But the mother-of-two refused to give up – and took her fight to the top by calling 10 Downing Street.
Now, thanks to the help of staff, friends and locals – and the Prime Minister himself – Truffle Lodge spa reopened yesterday.
Pam Webb received a call from Boris Johnson a week before the general election, regarding her flooded spa in Fishlake, Yorkshire. He called her 'persistent Pam' and she then rang No 10 to explain her dilemma, leading to a call with the chairman of the Association of British Insurers
Miss Webb, 49, said: ‘I got a phone call from Boris Johnson a week before the election to ask how I was getting on. He calls me “persistent