They are divorced! So your point is invalid!
I know they are and that is what I was emphasizing on, Their specific case is unique, the person called Imran KHAN made a fair decision because of his political commitments.
They have two children and Imran KHAN said it is unfair for Mrs Jemima to cope and try and settle down in Pakistan only because of his Politics, they separated on a very good note and although they are divorced, but they are somehow still together..... anyway I won't go in detail but what I was trying to say is YES when you marry a person from other country and other religion then yes there is more pressure but it absolutely doesn't mean that we should not encourage such marriages.
Just like Nika mentioned that Good for good and bad for bad regardless of what religion you are and what country you belong to, if you really love someone then you have to put all of your efforts to make the relationship work and make yourself aware of the consequences before getting married so that later you won't have any regrets.
But yes I totally agree that there must not be any sham or bogus marriages truly based on ones wealth and not love, but then again it is extremely unjust to to blame only a no EU person. Government should take appropriate steps in prevention of such marriages but for us as normal community we should blame both parties who take part in sham marriages not just non EU.
Anyway, just like any other society, people do get divorced, they break up, they get separated, so it is not something which happens because you marry a person from outside your country of origin.