The best outcome of this current situation is a general election and change of party – something that many in the media and parliament are discussing as an outcome to the announcement of the next prime minister. The UK's Parliament have recently voted to block the next prime minister from forcing through a no-deal Brexit, something that Boris Johnson has expressed an interest in if he takes on the role. Likewise Jeremy Hunt’s plan for an “orderly Brexit with a deal” would only have 30 days to come to fruition if he won, something that eluded Theresa May completely over numerous years, making a general election an ever more likely outcome.
Furthermore the rebellious vote to block Johnson proroguing parliament  to force a no deal Brexit and the extremely narrow Conservative parliamentary majority mean that, if he became Prime Minister, Johnson would face a near impossible task of negotiating any Brexit at all. This would make a general election increasingly likely. The leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, on the other hand is a long-term left-wing Euroskeptic, whose ideas for a customs-union-based deal have gained some interest in Brussels, which could enable him to occupy a middle ground between Parliament and the EU in order to get a deal through before the deadline. In this regard he is the only politician that can fairly deliver on the underlying reason for the country's intention to leave the European Union, issues of austerity policy misconstrued as immigration issues.
The Tory Party and most of the centrist Labour Party are out of touch and attempting to use Brexit to loosen tax evasion loopholes further, or to carry out further corporate tax cuts in an attempt to lure multinationals away from the EU, something Johnson and Hunt have alluded to. Such attitudes will not be able to help the country exit from this very difficult and dangerous economic situation and may land it in a worse one in coming years. In addition Hunt's involvement with NHS scandals, where he overtly lied to the general public, make him personally an unlikely and unpopular candidate to win the Conservative Party leadership. Likewise Johnson's involvement in numerous scandals involving lying, include his position as a leading Brexit campaigner where he massively inflated the amounts of money the UK contributes to the EU, would indicated both men would deliver disappointing results, making a general election the most likely outcome. Boris Johnson in particular would easily cause enough disapproval to speed up this outcome, as he has a history of racism (using the racial slur "pickaninis"), Islamaphobia (referring to women in burqas as "letterboxes" and "bank robbers"), homophobia (using the expression "bumboys"), in addition to being recorded planning with fraudster Darius Guppy to assault journalist Stuart Collier, and has even endangering the life of an British-Iranian woman in prison in Iran because he didn’t read his brief.
A general election and a change of outlook in parliament is the only sensible course to take in UK politics. Labour's Jeremy Corbyn is one of the few politicians that could understand the underlying cause of Brexit due to his position as a supporter of worker's rights and his opposition to the neo-liberal globalist policies of the EU. Following Boris Johnson's election as conservative party leader and Prime Minister by default, the case for a public vote for change becomes stronger, and judging by the rise in recent voting for far-left and far-right parties across Europe, it is likely a general election could lead to a massive change of leadership for the country.