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As long as your visits to the UK do not exceed more than 90 days each tax year, then you pass one of the automatic tests with the new residency rules, which will allow you to earn all your income abroad, free of UK tax, even if you remit any or all of this to the UK for your wife and children's use.
They in turn will have no UK tax liability on receipt of this money, as its not deemed to be taxable income they are receiving. (They have not earned or created an income from it)
So your ties to the UK do not need to be considered (these only are looked at when the automatic and the UK residency positions are not met)
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