Paying tax in France AND in the UK

My UK government (teacher’s) pension and my UK state pension are both taxed in the UK at source. 

I also pay French income tax on my total income which I declare on the tax form. Is it correct that I should be paying tax in both countries?  D.S.

The UK state pension is not taxed at source, it is paid gross but its amount is used to reduce your personal allowance and tax may be taken off other UK ...

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