Tomorrow Britain will go to the polls to vote on the party they want to represent them.
Mr Farron himself described Mr Corbyn as electorally toxic in January this year when he spoke to the Guardian.
Lib Dem employment minister Jo Swinson lost her East Dunbartonshire seat to the SNP's John Nicolson with a swing.Lib, dem leader after disastrous election results saw the party crushed at the polls.Among the Lib Dems' high-profile casualties was Lembit Opik, who lost the previously safe seat.Many voters "were excited about the prospect of best swimming teacher gifts doing something different he said, but had "decided to stick with what they knew best".Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionVince Cable said he was "hit by a very well-organised national campaign" Many Lib Dems have lost their 500 deposit, which is not returned to candidates who get below 5 of votes cast.Mr Davey, previously tipped as a possible party leader, lost his Kingston and Surbiton seat to the Conservatives.And Sarah Teather won the newly-created seat.Worse things happen to people.".Sheffield Hallam with an increased majority, however.In Scotland, Charles Kennedy, MP for Ross, Skye and Lochaber for 30 years, and leader of the party from 1999 to 2006, lost his seat to the SNP.Mr Farron has claimed that only the Liberal Democrats can stand up to a Conservative Government.Energy Secretary Ed Davey, Business Secretary Vince Cable and Treasury Secretary Danny Alexander all lost their seats.Nick Clegg has resigned as Liberal Democrat leader after his party was routed at the general election.On the eve of the election Mr Clegg insisted his party would be the "surprise story" of polling day, defying predictions of an electoral mauling.The Tories have 330 seats and the rest has 320, so you might think May's majority would be ten.Liberal Democrat MPs and peers will hold a private meeting on Saturday to begin considering how their party might work with Labour or the Conservatives.Will the, lib, dems win any more seats?Media captionNick Clegg: "I must take responsibility'.How many seats did the Lib Dems win the last general election?
He said he hadn't expected the results to be "as bad as this and said the party had "a lot of thinking to do about how to keep the flame of liberalism alive" against what he described as "the forces of nationalism and anti-Europeanism".
Ian Swales of the Lib Dems unexpectedly defeated Solicitor General Vera Baird.
The party did not lose any deposits in the 2010 general election.
The Tories have 306 seats, which is 20 short of the total needed to secure a majority, while Labour are on 258.
"It's simply heartbreaking to see so many friends and colleagues who have served their constituents over so many years abruptly lose their seats because of forces entirely beyond their control he said.