Eton College; Oriel College.
He held a commission as Lieutenant in the Suffolk Yeomanry from 1893, and left with his regiment in January 1900 to serve in the Second Boer War in South Africa. The following month he was on 7 February commissioned a Lieutenant in the Imperial Yeomanry. He was promoted to Captain in the Suffolk Yeomanry on 14 October 1900.
The 1900 general election was held while he was on active service in South Africa, and he was re-elected in his absence.
He lost the seat at the next election in 1906, when the Liberal Party came to power in an electoral landslide. Three years later he became Member of Parliament for the same constituency at the January 1910 general election, defeating the sitting Liberal Member of Parliament by 847 votes.
He was elected chairman of the London County Council housing committee in the same year. Greene served on the western front throughout the First World War.
He later commanded the 2/3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters), before ending the war as a staff officer
He was elected as Hackney North"s Member of Parliament for a third time in 1922, but was defeated when a further election was held in 1923. He did not stand for election again. Raymond Greene never married, and died in 1947, aged 78.
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Following education at Eton College and Oriel College, Oxford, he entered politics at the 1895 general election as member of parliament for the Western or Chesterton Division of Cambridgeshire.
In 1907 he was elected to the London County Council as a member of the Conservative-backed Municipal Reform Party, representing the Hackney North area.