I posted the comments below to the Derry Sinn Fein Facebook page in response to their poster and petition campaign against "Tory Cuts". It appears to have been removed, so I'll post on my own page and hope for a response ...
In March 2011 the NI Assembly four year budget was voted on.
The budget vote was carried with the support of DUP, Sinn Fein and Alliance votes together with a single independent - the North Down unionist Alan McFarland.
"It is intended to save a cumulative £4bn by the end of 2014-15." (BBC News)
If we then jump to 2014 we hear of further cuts of £78 Million, and how they will affect Derry more than other places.
Not enough money to finish Radiotherapy Unit at Altnagelvin
No money for Magee Expansion
These cuts were passed by the NI Executive on 31st July 2014.
A majority of ministers passed the deal on the June monitoring round. However, the two Alliance ministers voted against it and the Ulster Unionist minister Danny Kennedy abstained. They said the issue of welfare reform had merely been postponed. (BBC News)So there you have it. In March 2011 Sinn Fein voted for £4 billion of Tory cuts between 2011-2015. In July of this year they voted for £78 million in immediate cuts as part of this earlier deal. If you are really against “Tory Cuts” why does Sinn Fein keep voting for them?