Labour leader Mr Corbyn has produced apparent his priority is for an election when no deal is off the table, but Mr Watson will argue that the only way to conclusion the deadlock is with a next vote.
Mr Corbyn's comments came as a cross-party groups of MPs said there was still time to pass a Brexit deal in Parliament with a "sizeable voice building across the House" to be given the opportunity to achieve it.
He additionally warned the prime minister basic election "is coming", however not on his phrases, because the Labour chief successfully launched his marketing campaign for an election he's but to vote for.
Mr Corbyn has mentioned though an incoming Labour authorities would maintain a new referendum - with Stay and a "credible" selection for Go away on the ballot paper - he has however to say which he would assistance.
Mr Corbyn will meet unions later. "We're ready to unleash the biggest people-powered campaign we've ever seen".
'A general election might well fail to solve this Brexit chaos'.
The speech comes after Labour led the best way to inflict Boris Johnson's sixth parliamentary defeat in six days. Labour are operating anxious of an election and only provide more dither and pointless delay.
"No one can trust the word of a Prime Minister who is threatening to break the law to force through no deal".
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But the only way to break the Brexit deadlock once and for all is a public vote in a referendum.
He will say the scale of the damage Mr Johnson is threatening the country with is "worse than Thatcher" and claim the prime minister has "naked contempt" for democratic institutions - not just the European Union, but parliament, the British constitution and the Conservative Party.
Hitting back at Mr Watson, Tory chairman James Cleverly said: "Labour's deputy leader makes clear Labour wants to cancel the referendum result".
"It will put us at the mercy of Trump and the big United States corporations itching to get their teeth further into our NHS, sound the death knell for our steel industry, and permanently drive down rights and protections for workers".
'We hope that by October 14 at the latest, if not before, this prime minister will be ready to bring a deal to parliament, and MPs for a Deal wish him well in doing that and will be backing that and supporting that, because it is the only way to take the country forward'.
"We will deserve all the ridicule we get if this is the manifesto. And they are increasingly despairing seeing what's going on in Parliament and the role that the Labour Party is playing, and the fact the Labour Party won't even have an election, frankly they're scratching their heads and wondering what is going on and what is the Labour Party for?"
On a general election, Sir Keir will say: "We have to stop no-deal".