The Liberal Democrat leader claimed he was working with cross-party politicians who “share” the party’s belief’s that the UK should remain a member of the EU’s single market.
Over the months the pro-EU politician has made no attempts to hide the fact he believes voters should be given a second referendum on the terms of Brexit.
During an interview on Sky News on Friday, he branded Jeremy Corbyn as the “most ineffective leader of the Opposition in living memory”.
Tim Farron said he was already working with Labour MPs over Brexit
We’re working with lots of MPs, I’m not going to embarrass and name them
The MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale criticised the left-wing leader for “giving up” on challenging Theresa May’s “hard version” Brexit.
He said Mr Corbyn had “rolled over” and accepted the UK was leaving the EU – instead of fighting against the will of the people.
“The problem with Labour at the moment, whether it’s out of conviction, or being chicken, is they’re not on the side of people who believe we can do better than this,” he said.
The Liberal Democrat leader accused Jeremy Corbyn "rolling over" to the Government's Brexit plan
When asked by presenter Gillian Joseph on why he wasn’t working with the Opposition party, Mr Farron claimed he had already rallied up support from Labour.
“We’re working with lots of MPs, I’m not going to embarrass and name them, but people who do feel the Labour party should be doing a different job.
“They believe they should be holding the Government to account and taking the side of business that exiting the single market will be catastrophic for them and indeed for our economy more widely.”
Jeremy Corbyn has come under fire by Tim Farron
“I want to work with people who share our views,” he continued.
“Like Ken Clarke from the Conservative Party and Caroline Lucas from the Green Party – there are also plenty of people in the Labour Party who I won’t embarrass and make their lives even harder by naming but you could put them in that bracket also.”
Mr Farron argued Britain “could do better” than leaving the EU and once again demanded his rhetoric that Briton’s should be given another referendum.
“We shouldn’t be allowing the Government to stitch up a deal with Brussels that nobody would have voted for at the end of it,” he said.
Since his party embarrassingly lost 49 seats at the 2015 General Election – Mr Farron boasted about a fightback since the historic referendum result.
With numerous wins in recent council elections, and with Lib Dem candidate Sarah Olney overturning a 23,000 majority at the Richmond Park by-election – the party now has nine seats in the House of Commons.