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As the person protected by a restraining order you can make an application to revoke it if you don't want it in place anymore.
You need to complete a form and send it into the court that made the restraining order. They may list a hearing and you should attend to explain why you want it removed. The court will just want to make sure you genuinely want it removing and that you aren't being coerced.
You can find the form here: https://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/procedure-rules/criminal/forms/cbo005-eng.pdf
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No, even if he comes round with your permission he would be in breach. If the Police found out somehow he would get into trouble.
He really must not do anything against the terms of the order until the Court formally revoke it.