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Paying income tax at source

Living in France from the UK but being paid by a Swiss company length of employment 6 months, they take the tax out at source. Is there anything similar to the British tax where you can earn 11,500 before paying income tax. Gross wage was 1600 ch before deductions. Can we claim any tax back? Thank you
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