What government stuff do you need to do in the UK?
I have heard the following terms in passing:
['council tax', 'electoral register', 'tax return', 'P60', 'Jury duty']
and I am now aware that I need to chase local councils to make sure they all know where I live (new local council does not talk to old local council)
This set of entities are things which I need to tell where I live and occasionally take action for. What is this set called? This is probably incomplete... what other entries are there?
For each of these who do I contact, what do I need to do and when, and do I need any knowledge of things to do it? e.g. do I need to contact local government legal services (specifically, as they might have a separate database to the local council tax department) and tell them all my contact details too so that they know where to request me to be on a jury? (And do I need to make sure I have some basic law understanding before being on a jury or will some study of ethics be enough?)
Is there a guide to living in the UK without being ambushed by police officers proclaiming I am a criminal or fined because I should just know to do XYZ? The government has not given me a pamphlet (or perhaps a large book).