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You have to return him - is the simple answer. The court order states when each of you has him, and the interim arrangement was obviously by agreement between the parents and now she wishes to have him returned to her.
Unless there are safeguarding reasons not to return him, you should do so.
If the father feels there are safeguarding issues with him being returned to his mother, then he needs to apply to court to vary the order. He cannot just retain the child as that would put him in breach of the order.
To apply to vary he will need to use form C100 - cost £215.
Safeguarding issues are when the child would be in danger of harm of some kind.
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