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Tax when back in UK but paid from Canadian institution?

Tax when back in UK but paid from Canadian institution?

Old Dec 15th 2013, 5:52 am
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Default Tax when back in UK but paid from Canadian institution?

The nature of my work (academic research) means that I am paid by cheque from a pot of grant money after I submit an invoice.
Now, when we have to return to the UK this summer, I shall be continuing my work remotely, collecting data whilst travelling in various European countries and submitting my invoices to Canada from the UK. My boss wants to continue paying me from canadian grant money. Firstly, Is that even doable? Secondly, to whom do I pay tax when this occurs? I am assuming HMRC.
Sorry for the rather odd financial question
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