Interestingly on her BBC Radio Guernsey interview Alex Flewitt agreed with Murray Norton that Highland Titles are the biggest employer on Alderney with 26 employees. Yes that is what she said, 26 employees, and that is just on Alderney, presumably there will be some in the UK too, otherwise how is all that "conservation work" getting done?
You might like to think about how much is going to be left over for "conservation work" after paying out the wage bill before making a contribution.
There is no mention of numbers of employees in the UK. There is only one that I know of, John MacDanold their ghillie, and I happen to know he also works for the National Trust for Scotland so he is part time. If it is the case that he is the only UK employee, who is doing all Highland Titles' conservation work?