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.
Indeed he called a vote for a general election after Parliament had approved the bill against a no-deal Brexit, but his proposal was once more rejected by MPs.
Corbyn said a general election is coming, but the Labour Party won't let U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson "dictate the terms".
Speaking at Somerset House in central London, Mr Watson will say: 'The only way to break the Brexit deadlock once and for all is a public vote in a referendum.
The imminent Brexit, set for October 31, has deepened the United Kingdom political crisis since 52% of the population voted to exit the European Union in the 2016 referendum. Whether it is or isn't, the labour movement mobilisation against Boris Johnson's government should build throughout September and aim at a huge demonstration for democracy outside the Conservative Party conference, focused on forcing an election to address the catastrophic social, economic and environmental crises afflicting our country and the world.
"And clean up the mess left by the Tories".
Britain's opposition Labour Party said on Tuesday if it won power it would create a Ministry of Employment Rights to deliver better wages, greater job security and give workers more of a say over how their workplaces are run. He made the comment in a speech Tuesday. "Elections should never be single issue campaigns".
"No-one can trust the word of a Prime Minister who is threatening to break the law to force through no deal", he said.
Tory chairman James Cleverly said Labour was "running scared" of an election, adding: 'Labour's deputy leader makes clear Labour want to cancel the referendum result.
"This latest trick would mean delaying Brexit again for up to a year, handing over £250 million a week to Brussels for no objective".
Labour's unhelpful insistence on rerunning the referendum may be an obsolete policy by election time.
In his TUC speech, Sir Keir will warn Mr Johnson that Labour will not be silenced in its opposition to a no-deal Brexit.
"Nothing could be further from the truth".
"In the next few weeks the establishment will come after us with all they've got, because they know we're not afraid to take them on". "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?"
"They just want us to take an unequivocal position that whatever happens we'll fight to remain, and to sound like we mean it".
"Brexit will of course be a crucial issue at this election".