So realistically then its a No...
Ive just heard of others doing this or similar.
I read this (below) and thought it was interesting particularly section C regarding the health of a family member, as I am living back in Poland mainly due to both parents being elderly and needing assistance. Would I be correct in thinking I could claim the UK's personal allowance back of my Polish tax bill. Thats £10,600.00 for 2016.
UK Personal Allowances for non-residents
Some of the UK's double taxation treaties provide for personal allowances to certain categories of individuals (for example, nationals of the other territory who are resident in that territory).
In addition to the provisions of any double taxation treaty, if you are not resident in the UK you may use form R43 to claim the same UK tax allowances as a
UK resident if, at any time in the tax year you meet any of the following conditions:
a. You are a British citizen or a national of another member state of the European Economic Area (...)