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The 183 days is usually for non-resident and or domicile of the UK.
You would need to take the statutory residence test first to determine that, as your residence can not only be determined by the number of days you spend in the UK.
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Usually yes. However, the DTA would allow you to claim credit in Spain for taxes paid in the UK during that period. That if you are considered a resident in Spain (during that time).
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This would depend on you long term goal.
Also if possible considering setting up a limited company is an another option.