If you remain tax resident then yes, your will be taxed in the UK on your income. If you’re not UK resident, you won’t have to pay UK tax on your foreign income.
You would use Self Assessment to report and pay your foreign income.
Whether you’re UK resident usually depends on how many days you spend in the UK in the tax year (6 April to 5 April the following year).
You’re automatically resident if either:
With a rotation on and off, if you are returning to the UK in your off time then you remain resident.
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If your only home is in the UK.
Then you remain resident in the UK unfortunately.
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