I have a client (UK tax resi) who works as a consultant from his ltd for a number of clients. All his work can be done remotely. He has decided that he wants to do some travelling and docuement it for a YouTube channel - think Kara & Nate (don't worry - I didn't know who they were either).
He's going to try it for 6 months to see whether the life is for him or not, but the intention is to earn enough from his YouTube channel and endorsements etc to keep 'on the road' for a long time. (Kare & Nate have been doing it for I think 3 years and make net profits of $60k-$100k/qtr!). In the meantime, he'll be continuing some of his consultancy work for cashflow, until the travel 'work' brings in enough cash to live off.
Once he's doing it 'properly', there'll be the usual non-resi rules. My question is, whilst he is tax resi, are his travel expenses (flights, accomodation, subsistence, activity spen) are deductible? His plan is to spend a week in each location, documenting (most) things everyday to put it all (well, post edit) up his YT & website.