'Left', 'Centre' and 'Right' labelling is a way of classifying different groups of people. "Broadly" speaking, 'Left' denotes a 'progressive' approach, 'Right' refers to a 'conservative approach' and 'Centre' refers to a 'moderate' approach. Political Parties are often categorized using these adjectives. A single political party may take up different stances in different fields (such as Economics, Religion, and Law-and-Order), and even on different occasions. When media uses these words, often, there are no strict meanings with which these words are attached.