Personal life and education
He is married to Carol with one son and two daughters. He was educated at Warwick School and the College of St Mark & St John, known as 'Marjon'. This was originally based in London at the time Greenway attended, but has relocated as the University College Plymouth St Mark & St John. Greenway also attended the University of Caen, Normandy.
He is a supporter of Aston Villa FC. 
Career in education
During the 1960s he was a schoolteacher of English and sport, later becoming the Head House Master of Telford House at Sir William Collins Secondary School for Boys, later renamed South Camden Community School, in Charrington Street, Somers Town, London NW1 1RG, a large state comprehensive school of ca.1,200 boys at the time he worked there. He introduced several new sports to the school including Horse Riding and other equine activities, Winter Sports and Men's Hockey. He later became Deputy Headmaster of Sedgehill Secondary School a very large comprehensive school in south-east London with ca 2,200 pupils, between 1972 and 1979.
Career in politics
He contested Stepney at the Parliamentary election in 1970 and Stepney and Poplar in the two elections of February and October 1974. He was elected MP for Ealing North in the 1979 General Election. He defeated the Labour candidate for Ealing North, Hilary Benn in both the subsequent 1983 and 1987 general elections. Greenway finally lost the seat to Labour's Stephen Pound at the 1997 general election. Greenway was appointed an Honorary Freeman of the London Borough of Ealing on 19 February 2008.
In 1992, Greenway, as a member of the Commons, was prosecuted for the common law offence of bribery of a person holding a public office. He was subsequently acquitted on all charges.
He was President of the Association of British Riding Schools (ABRS) for many years until 2002.
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- Times Higher Education (THE) 6 April 2001, accessed 2 August 2010
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