The Labour leader said he did not accept his deputy's view that the party should push for a second referendum and campaign for Remain.
The campaign is targeting Tories with the message that a fresh referendum would offer an alternative to the prospect of having to choose between a no-deal Brexit and a Corbyn-led government.
Mr Farage added that he was "struck by the tone" of a description of him and his Brexit-campaigning ally Arron Banks by a senior Conservative source, who said they are not "fit and proper" to work with the party.
In a speech today in London, Mr Watson said a single-issue Brexit election may not break the deadlock in Parliament - something only a second referendum can achieve with certainty. In return, he would let pro-Brexit Conservatives run unopposed, boosting their chances of being elected.
British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said this Tuesday that he is ready for early general elections as proposed by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, but that Labour would not allow Mr Johnson to dictate the terms, speaking at the annual Trade Union Congress (TUC), underway in the seaside town of Brighton, southern England.More news: Trump says FDA will ban flavored e-cigarettes to combat teen vaping
Jeremy Corbyn has said today that he doesn't "accept" nor "agree" with Tom Watson's view that Labour should push for a fresh European Union referendum to take place before an early election.
"After that we want a general election so the people of this country can decide their future, giving everyone a government that invests, that ends austerity, that deals with the grotesque levels of inequality and poverty".
He also accused the PM of cosying up to US President Donald Trump to get a "one-sided" trade deal with the US which would damage employment rights, the NHS and United Kingdom industry.
Watson will say that while an autumn election seems inevitable, "that does not make it desirable". "And in that election we will commit to a public vote with a credible option to leave (the EU) and the option to remain".
Labour is "united around the idea there should be a referendum" on the outcome of Brexit, the party's shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer has said. Nothing could be further from the truth.More news: China removes several US products from tariffs list
It is common that the approval of a new law takes several weeks and sometimes even months to pass or be denied, but this time MPs were fighting against the clock, since on August 28th - a week before the Parliament returned to activities - Johnson had requested to suspend, or prorogue, the Parliament from mid-semester to October 14th.
But 46% agreed they are "fearful" of the consequences of a no-deal Brexit while 33% disagreed and 21% answered "don't know".
Wednesday will also mark a deadline set by MPs for the Government to publish communications connected to prorogation and no-deal Brexit planning.
On Thursday the Conservative party suffered another hit, after Johnson´s brother Jo Johnson, resigned his position as a minister and member of the Conservative Party.
Former attorney general Dominic Grieve's demand for all written and electronic contact about the temporary suspension of Parliament and Operation Yellowhammer documents since July 23 to be released was approved by 311 votes to 302 on Monday. 'That's why Parliament is in recess now because you always have a recess before a Queen's Speech.More news: Former Tigers GM Fired in Boston
Mr Farage claimed that Dominic Cummings" opinion of the Brexit Party was "petty'.