Thank you for your question..
As you have been non resident in the UK for UK tax purposes since Dec 1992, the only income that chargeable to UK income tax during your stay overseas would be interest or rental income aring in the UK.
You have not mentioned if you received any of the above.
Once you return to the UK and become UK resident, then you would be taxed on your worldwide income arising in the tax year. UK State pension is taxable income although it is received gross.
Remitting your capital from an overseas bank into a UK bank would be out of scope of taxation. The same would apply to any gain from sale of property in Israel.
More information on taxation of foreign income is covered here
I hope this is helpful and answers your question.
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Thank you for your reply..
Only HMRC can tell you if there is any outstanding tax from 1992.
We are not connected to HMRC..
From experience, even if there was any tax outstanding, over this time HMRC would have written it off as you have been outside the UK since 1992. If you have not received any communication from HMRC you can safely assume your account with them is clear.
I hope this is helpful.
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