'Violence sells. It is profitable. So strong vested interests are involved. Allied with them are the Stalinist liberals who regard all restraint on what may be viewed on screen as intolerable' - Lord Deedes, the Tory peer, on so-called 'video nasties' . . . China's first Hard Rock Cafe offers a domed mural of the rock 'n' roll divine depicting the Beatles, Elvis, Jimi Hendrix, Chuck Berry - and Chairman Mao . . . Pink Floyd's new album, The Division Bell, has entered the US album charts at No 1 . . .