It's a futile pass-time, but I like coming up with definitions of 'left-wing' and 'right wing'. For most people it's like the difference between pornography and art in that "I'll know it when I see it" but it's fun to deconstruct the mindset of the two tribes of politics.
And there we have the glorious creative tension built into the combative two-party politics, which is being lost in the multi-party system which will gift power to party managers and consensus-seekers. Consensus is almost always sub-optimal. Without the tension created by competing outrage, "consensus" will end up being in effect "the man in Whitehall knows best" when all the evidence is clear that, in the long-run, he doesn't. Of course there are exceptions. Any left/right rule is bound to be simplistic, and riven with exceptions. But think about the things you're outraged about. How many of them directly affect you?