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Controversy has erupted after a video featuring a portrait of Myra Hindley was shown at London House in Beijing.
In a statement it said: "The video is not for general public use and has been used many times over the last few years to show to the tourism trade.
"There has never been a complaint made about the video up until this point.
"However, if any offence has been caused, we will withdraw it from use with immediate effect."
The painting, made from children's handprints, was vandalised while on display in the Royal Academy in 1997.
Hindley was jailed for life along with her lover Ian Brady for the murders of four children between 1963 and 1964. She died in 2002.