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London/Geneva - double taxation

Am in the early stages of grappling with the tax implications of working in Geneva. The current plan is to typically stay 3 nights a week, plus a few weekends when the family will come to me and commute back to London for the long weekends.

My family will be staying put in London - certainly for the time being - and the pay will be in CHF with no deduction at all at source.

I am seeking some 'professional' tax advice, but the appointment isn't until next week, so would be grateful for any advice others may have in the meantime.

ie. in my circumstances will I be liable for swiss tax at all? - as I'm assuming I'll be 'resident' for UK tax purposes.
I'm anticipating being paid straight into a UK bank account - is there any advantage, I'm not aware of, paying the salary into a Swiss bank account in the first instance.
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