A DRO is a formal insolvency procedure administered by an Official Receiver for low income, low asset, low debt level situations. A DRO means that you don’t have to pay certain kinds of debt for a specified period (usually 12 months)
At the end of the DRO period, the debts included in it will be written off (or discharged) and you won’t have to pay them.
If you obtained any of your debts through fraud, you will have to restart paying them when the DRO has ended. If your circumstances change so that you are able to pay some or all of your debts, your DRO may be revoked so that you can arrange to pay your creditors (the people or companies that you owe money to)