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You can keep your residence in Belgium.
If you spend more than 183 days in the UK in any one tax year then you will be liable to UK taxation on your worldwide income. You may well be liable to UK tax if under 183 days in residence.
Please expand upon what you mean by a 'SI' number. Also, advise your nationality.
In any event, under the Double Taxation Convention between the UK and Belgium, any tax paid in one country is allowed as a tax credit against a liability in the other.
EU countries have reciprocal Health Service arrangements for residents.
This is the current situation, but as you are probably aware the UK is leaving the EU and what will happen post-Britexit is still clouded in mystery.
Romania is part of the EU so you can work and live anywhere in the EU without let or hindrance. UK might be a more beneficial tax regime as Belgium has notoriously heavy personal taxation.
To obtain a NI Number you must apply to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) who will arrange an interview and issue one. As a citizen of an EU member state, you are entitled to reciprocal Health Service Benefits. You should obtain an European Health Insurance Card (formally the E111).
No, spouses are separate persons for UK taxation purposes. Your wife's earnings have nothing to do with your tax position.
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