BNP leader Nick Griffin is to face a retrial on race hate charges on May 15.
These relate to a speech he made in West Yorkshire in 2003 which was filmed by an undercover BBC reporter.
The date was fixed at a short hearing at Leeds Crown Court yesterday.
Griffin, 46, of Powys, Mid Wales, will face a jury again alongside fellow BNP activist Mark Collett, 24, of Rothley, Leicestershire.
Griffin denies one count of using words or behaviour intended to stir up racial hatred and an alternative of using words or behaviour likely to stir up racial hatred.
Collett faces four similar charges which relate to two speeches he made.
Earlier this month, both men walked free from court after a jury failed to reach verdicts on these charges following a trial in Leeds.
Griffin and Collett were cleared of a number of similar counts.
Neither men were in court for the hearing. They are both on conditional bail.