Mr Farron told LBC sharing a platform with the former Labour PM was “not on the cards”.
He said: “I have only heard that via another journalist. I have had no invitation so far.
“I have no plans. I don’t suspect that we would do that.
Tim Farron said he had no plans to share a platform with Tony Blair
Tim Farron said he was confident of his party’s prospects
I have had no invitation so far
“I take the view that it is good to work with people in other parties.
“This might be a moment that others should understand that their parties have now left them and the Liberal Democrats are the place you should come.”
Mr Farron said he was confident of his party’s prospects despite a disastrous performance at the 2015 election.
He said: “This is a chance for Britain to choose a different direction.”
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Tony Blair has urged voters to back any MP who opposes the Tory Brexit deal
Three former Lib Dem Coalition ministers – Vince Cable, Ed Davey and Simon Hughes – have vowed to fight for their old seats back in London.
Mr Blair put the cat among the pigeons by urging voters to back any MP prepared to vote against Theresa May’s Brexit deal – regardless of their political party.
He said the situation facing the country was “unprecedented and dangerous” and warranted an equally “unique response”.
Tim Farron said the election have Britain a chance to change direction Politicians react to Theresa May's snap general election Wed, April 19, 2017
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has announced her intention to hold an early general election on June 8
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Theresa May has called for a snap general election
He said: “We risk a Parliament which is lop-sided in its make-up, which has a big Tory majority – in part delivered, not because of the intrinsic merits of Brexit or the Tories themselves but, because of the state of Labour, where they will claim a mandate to take us wherever they will, when we desperately need representatives who will at least keep an open mind.”
Yesterday, Mrs May shocked Westminster by calling for a snap vote on June 8.
She will have to win a vote in Parliament today to make it happen – and needs the support of two thirds of MPs for it to go through.