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From where does the estate originate. how much have you inherited - and when did each of your parents pass away - and had the solicitor that is handling the estate cleared and Inheritance tax due to HMRC?
Then there are no further Uk tax implications as the money is below the Inheritance ta threshold, and money inherited is not treated as income and therefore not liable to tax on its receipt.
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No there is nothing to declare - as any tax that might have been due only fell under the Inheritance tax review, and has no bearing on your income tax position.
Of the capital you received, HMRC will only be interested in any income you make from this - so for example bank interest. or dividends is shares bought etc