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A recipient of gift receives it free of any tax in the UK as there is no gift tax in this country.
If you are receiving income from a trust then it would be subject to income tax but no national insurance is deducted.
More information on tax rates for different types of trust income is covered here
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If it is a gift then you should not pay any tax on it as gifts are free of tax as I stated in my last posting.
There is no gift tax and you don't report the gift on your tax return.
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That depends on the construction of the trust.